The counseling program at SIS focuses on three domains: social, emotional, and behavioral needs of students.
The social domain supports the development skills, attitudes and knowledge necessary for an understanding and respect of self and others, effective interpersonal communication and to contribute and function in a healthy, caring, productive community.
The emotional domain includes the acquisition of skills in increasing mindfulness, decision making, problem solving, goal setting and critical thinking.
The behavioral domain provides the foundation for students to develop self-awareness, self-identity, explore and prepare to make informed, successful transitions to post-secondary learning and work.
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Peer Mediation
- Class discussions
- Lunch Bunch Sessions
- Anti-bullying program
- Parent Guidance
- Collaboration with teachers
- Tailored action plans
- Subject centered events & activities