Guidance & Counseling

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  • Guidance & Counseling Services provides high quality, individual and group counseling, coordination and consultation of educational services to all students. Works collaboratively with parents, faculty, community, business and industry to enable every student, regardless of individual differences, to acquire the self- knowledge, educational, occupational and career development competencies necessary to be prepared to succeed and meet the challenges of an ever changing society.


      

    BPS Guidance & Counseling Supports for Students & Families:

    • Social and Emotional Counseling
    • Academic Advisement
    • Individual or Small Group Counseling
    • Case Management
    • Middle School to High School Placement Assistance
    • Classroom and Group Activities
    • Crisis Counseling
    • Conflict Resolution
    • Positive Behavior Supports
    • College and Career Readiness Counseling
    • Career Exploration
    • College and Career Fairs
  • Meet the Staff

    Martha Younger
    Director

    Aundrea Sanders
       Supervisor of Student Support Services

    Anna Kleyman
       Coordinator

    Michelle Clifton
       Administrative Secretary

      Deliris Michelle Rodriguez
       Typist

      

     


  • Protecting our Students


     

  • Child Abduction Prevention

    The Buffalo Public Schools is committed to child safety.  Our schools are taking a proactive role by providing the Kidsmartz Curriculum to students.  Kidsmartz is a child safety program that empowers students in grades K-5 to practice safer behaviors and educates families about preventing abduction.  The following link offers resources to help parents, caregivers and teachers protect their children and reinforces the practice of safer behaviors: https://www.kidsmartz.org


     

    On-Line Safety

    The Buffalo Public Schools is committed to teaching children about on-line safety.  Schools will be using the NetSmartz Workshop, an educational program that teaches children ages 5-17 about online safety and digital citizenship.  Parents, caregivers and teachers can find free resources to help children become responsible digital citizens by going to the following link: https://www.missingkids.org/NetSmartz