The Colorado School Counselor Association represents school counselors at all levels in Colorado. Its purpose is to serve its members and the public through programs that advance guidance and counseling in all school work settings: elementary, middle/junior high, high school, and post-secondary. CSCA serves over 1,500 school counselors in the state of Colorado.
___________________________________________________________ Tweets by @CSCAtweets The First Lady Presents the School Counselor of Year Award
CSCA Board Members #ReachHigher
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President Elect- Amy Prouty: Fort Morgan Alternative School (Ft. Morgan, CO).
Post Secondary VP- Cheri Meder: Associate Professor, Adams State University (Alamosa, CO).
Middle School VP- Lea List: The Classical Academy (Colorado Springs, CO.)
Region 1 Rep: Keely Warren: Windsor High School (Windsor, CO)
Region 3 Rep: Cristina Campos-Krumholtz: Minnequa Elementary School (Pueblo, CO).
Region 5 Rep: Sallie Kautter: Needham Elementary (Durango, CO).
Region 7 Rep: Linda Bostic: Peak to Peak Charter (Lafayette, CO).
Region 9 Rep: Shauna Stockmar: Ralston Valley High School (Idaho Springs, CO).
Region 11 Rep: Suzette Remy: Sagewood Middle School (Parker, CO).
Please help us fill the following needs of Colorado School Counselor Association: Co-Webmaster: Please contact Matthew or Ismael
Open Board Member Positions: (see below) please contact the current board member in the respective position for more information.
2015 Award Winners
School Counselor of the Year
Skoglund Middle School and Center High School
Center Consolidated Schools, 26JT, Center, CO.
School Counselor Advocate of the Year
(Principal, North Middle School, Aurora Public Schools, Aurora, CO.)
(Director of Postsecondary Readiness, Colorado Department of Education, Denver, CO.)
2015 Superhero Award
(Colorado Consulting, LLC)
Carla Mulkey Memorial Scholarship
Hannah Heckerson Colorado State Universityi
Lance Huffman Award
(CSCA Confernce Chair 2011-Present) (North Middle School, Aurora Public Schools, Aurora, CO.)
Day at the Capitol
Join K-12 and higher education counselors from around Colorado for a fun and engaging day the state capitol. Meet and speak with State Representatives and Senators, learn about the legislative process and different issues impacting education and advocate for your profession and students.
Date: Thursday February 4, 2016
o Time: 8:00am – 2:30pm
o Arrival between 8:00-9:00 a.m. in the Old Supreme Court Chamber on the 2nd floor, north end of the capitol
o A light breakfast will be served between 8:00-9:00.
o Boxed lunch included with registration.
o Additional information and instructions will be sent to registrants prior to the event.
Jobs Want to see the latest jobs openings or future jobs openings in the world of school counseling? Click here. You must login first to view the openings.
Transition from ACT to SAT
In lieu of the changes to the statewide administration of the College Entrance exams, CSCA maintains a neutral position in regards to the transition from ACT to SAT. CSCA's top priority remains that all students in Colorado continue to have access to a nationally-recognized post-secondary examination and quality test preparation materials.
Spring CSCA Newsletter for Members
This newsletter is available to current CSCA members only. You will be required to sign-in before you can view the Newsletter. If you are already a member click here to login. Not yet a member? Click here to read about the benefits of becoming a CSCA member.
Corps Grant Request for Readers The purpose of the RFP is to solicit applications from eligible education providers for funding to increase the availability and implementation of effective school-based counseling within secondary schools.
The goal of the School Counselor Corps Grant Program (SCCGP) is to increase the state graduation rate and increase the percentage of students who appropriately prepare for, apply to and continue into postsecondary education. Grant information can be found here.
If you are available and interested in participating in this review process, please complete a survey regarding your experience and areas of expertise as soon as possible. Click here for the survey.
This is the first step in the process to select reviewers. Responding with your availability does not guarantee your participation. If an insufficient number of reviewers are confirmed, the survey link will remain available until review teams are filled.