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STUDENT SERVICES – GUIDANCE & COUNSELING
The Student Services Department at Daniel McIntyre
Collegiate Institute provides a number of services for students, parents ,
guardians and teachers.
Presently, there are three guidance counsellors, a career
advisor and a guidance clerk to help with students’ requests and concerns.
Student services personnel can assist students regarding
- academic concerns
- interpersonal relations
- emotional concerns
- career exploration and planning
- school/course changes or withdrawals
- work permit application forms
- Private Music Option information
- Independent Study course information
- preparation of mark statements
- student computer workstation and Internet access
- Career Cruising Referral Services
- decision-making and problem solving
- course selection and planning
- information on post-secondary institutions
- referrals to psychologist, social workers, and other
- coordination of Peer Tutoring Program
- resume writing/information
- personal/social concerns
The School Division provides additional testing, counseling,
and assessment services through such professionals as social workers,
psychologists, audio and speech therapists, psychiatrists and public health
nurses. These professionals work closely with each school and may be contacted
through Student Support Services.
Students wishing to see a counsellor or resource teacher are
encouraged to arrange appointments with him/her directly or to leave a message
at the main office. Appointments can be
arranged during the student’s spares, during the lunch hour, and prior to or
immediately after regular school hours.
However, if the student’s needs are very urgent, he/she can be seen
during regular class time.