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Happy School Counseling Week from the Colorado School Counselor Association!  We want to thank you for all your hard work each day on behalf of all students in Colorado. Your valuable work is making a remarkable impact on our students.    

As a way to celebrate School Counselors, we invite you to nominate School Counselors for the annual School Counselor of the Year award.  The link below is for you to use, pass along to other counselors, administrators, or school staff to nominate outstanding School Counselors from across the state.

The deadline to nominate someone is Monday, April 1, 2019.

2019 CSCA SCOY link


Seeking feedback on revised Special Services Provider Rubric drafts

As part of the rubric revision process, significant changes have been made to all nine State Model Evaluation System Special Services Providers (SSP) rubrics at the standard, element and professional practice levels. As a result, CDE is seeking feedback from educators on these rubric changes. This includes School Counselors.
 
Educators can provide feedback in one of two ways: in-person by attending a regional focus group or remotely via an online feedback form. All feedback must be provided by March 31.  For more information, visit the State Model Evaluation System Revisions webpage

Please pass this along to anyone in the profession - we want our voice to be heard.

 

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Registration is now open for the 2019 Colorado School Counselor Association Conference.  Register Here!

We are now accepting proposals for conference presentations.  We encourage you to share your expertise with your colleagues and peers.  Use this link to submit proposals by April 1, 2019.

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.