Campbell Ridge Elementary
The mission of the Campbell Ridge School Counseling program is to promote a safe, caring, and supportive learning environment in which every student is provided equal access to programming and services in order to be engaged in successful, lifelong learning focused on the accomplishment of academic, social-emotional, and career goals, through the utilization of data-driven decision-making and targeted evidence-based programs and practices.
CRES Profressional School Counselors
Mrs. Jessie Martin - Grades 2, 3, 5
Mrs. Kylie Stam- Grades K, 1, 4
Mrs. Katelyn Johnson Grades K-5
(Mon, Wed, every other Friday)
How does a student experience school counseling services?
- Individual Counseling- Students/parents/teachers can request that the counselor see a student if they have a concern about that student. Typical topics the counselors see students are understanding feelings, divorce/separation/changing families, grief, stress, social skills, academics, bullying problem-solving, decision making, and others.
- Small Group Counseling- A group of students who are having a similar issues or concern learn ways to help the issue/concern. This group usually has about 3-8 students and can last from 5-8 weeks. Groups are formed from student assessments and teacher recommendations. Topics of groups depend on the needs of the students or teacher recommendations.
- Classroom Counseling- Once a month each class receives a lesson during their library time. The theme of each lesson changes from month to month. The counselors also will be in the classrooms co-teaching with the classroom teachers a curriculum called Second Step.
Needs Assessment - Grades 3-5 https://goo.gl/forms/4A1caOSu54gJrN6y2
Grades K-2 https://goo.gl/forms/yoYrhFT92F3R0AYj2
Welcome back for the 2018-2019 school year!
We are excited to work with your Comet to enhance their education and social emotional needs. Please check back often for updates!
Exciting news - Campbell Ridge Elementary
is a RAMP school!
The CRES counselors have been working hard to reach a goal of being recognized program that meets the national standards of American School Counselor Association (ASCA). We met our goal! The award/recognition is called RAMP- Recognized ASCA Modael Program. In order to reach this goal, we will have to compile a portfolio containing evidence that we incorporate RAMP components into our school counseling program. In the state of Kentucky there are very few RAMP schools, so we are excited at the idea of achieving this status.
What Parents and Caregivers Can Ask and Do to Help Children Thrive at School:
Third through Fifth grade comets will have a chance to participate in the Work Ethic Program. This is a program based on academics, attendance, behavior, collaboration, and community service. For more on the details of the Work Ethic Program please see the ABC's of Work Ethic located in the purple strip on the right side of this page. NEW THIS YEAR!!!!- Parents please take a picture of your comet performing their community service to be displayed at school! We love to see our comets doing so many wonderful things throughout the community! Please either attache a picture with the form or email the picture to your comet's school counselor or Ms. Harmon, FRC, firstname.lastname@example.org.
September is attendance month. Throughout the month comets will participate in classroom competitions as well as a DISTRICT WIDE competition held on September 24! Please try your best to have all comets at school all day long to help CRES win the district wide competition! Let's show the district that our comets love coming to CRES- Where the learning is FUN! Look for inforomation coming home about attendance and the competitions!!