The Ellis Elementary School Counseling Program


 
Danielle Burnett is your full-time Ellis Elementary School Counselor and Kalene Scott is your part-time School Counselor and we are excited to be supporting Ellis for the 2020-2021 school year!



As School Counselors, our role at Ellis is to 
address and develop the academic, social, emotional and career needs and skills of all students through 
classroom-based lessons, group counseling, individual counseling and family support.



Our contact information is:

Danielle Burnett
Hours: M-F 9:00am-4:00pm 
Email: burnetdc@pwcs.edu

Kalene Scott
Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:00am-4:00pm
Email: scottkm@pwcs.edu

 


 Program Mission

Through relationship building, advocacy and collaboration with stakeholders, the Ellis School Counseling program promotes a safe and caring environment that empowers students to achieve academic excellence and become responsible members of society.   



Program Vision

To provide a comprehensive and culturally responsive school counseling program that addresses, supports and develops the academic, personal/social, and career needs of all students. 


Program Beliefs

All students can achieve and be successful
    All students have diverse strengths, needs, and abilities that are valuable and should be respected.
      School counseling programs are an integral part of the school community and academic program
        School counseling programs should be data driven to ensure that the specific needs of students and the school community are addressed 
          School counselors are partners in education with students, teachers, parents and community members and utilize a team approach to eliminate barriers in school achievement

          School Counselors strive for professional excellence through continued study and participation in professional organizations and workshops.