• School Counseling at Stump
     
    Students receive school counseling services at Stump in three primary ways: classroom guidance, small group counseling, and individual counseling.
     
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    Classroom Guidance 
     Students participate in classroom guidance with their homeroom throughout the school year. Guidance lessons focus on character education and the six pillars of character--responsibility, citizenship, fairness, caring, trustworthiness, and respect.  During classroom lessons, students learn personal responsibility, conflict resolution, empathy, bully proofing, how to make smart choices, social skills, and career exploration, among other things.
     
    Small Group Counseling
     Group counseling is available to all students and may be requested by students, parents, or teachers.  Groups typically meet four to six times and focus on topics such as friendship, anger management, self-esteem, separation and divorce, study skills, and social skills, among others. Permission slips are sent home prior to participation in any social/emotional small group.
     
    Individual Counseling
     Short term individual counseling is available to students at the request of parents, students, and teachers.  The goal of individual counseling in the school setting is to help students deal with difficulties dealing with academic achievement, personal concerns, or normal developmental tasks.  Long term counseling is not available.  Permissions slips will be sent home prior to any student participating in individual counseling.
     
    The Augusta County School Board does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, or gender in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies: 
    Title IX Coordinator 
    Ms. Jill R. Martin
    Director of Personnel 
    18 Government Center Lane 
    PO Box 960 
    Verona, VA 24482 540-245-5107
      
    Section 504 Coordinator 
    Douglas W. Shifflett, Jr., Ed.D 
    Assistant Superintendent for Administration 
    18 Government Center Lane 
    PO Box 960 
    Verona, VA 24482 
    540- 245-5108