School Counselors (previously referred to as Guidance Counselors) support all students in grades PreK-12 with academic achievement, social and emotional development and career planning. Ohio School Counselors are licensed and have completed an approved master’s program and an extensive internship. They develop and implement comprehensive school counseling programs that promote and enhance student success by collaborating with families, teachers and administrators.
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Harmanize is a character education program designed to help all learners develop the skills necessary for success in today's world.
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- 504 Case Manager
- Classroom Lessons
- Group Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Parent Consultation
- Mentor Program
- Tutoring Programs
- Military Kids Club
- Indoor Recess Buddies
Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports
- Be Respectful
- Be Responsible
- Build Relationships
At the elementary schools we practice the 3R's. This language provides common behavioral expectations for all students throughout the buildings. This system is the foundation for the 5R behavioral system in place at OJHS and OHS.
5th and 6th grade students tutor for 20 minutes, one time per week, during lunch, with the guidance of the student’s teacher.
OHS National Honor Society Tutors:
High school tutors work with elementary students after school or during lunch. These arrangements are typically made and overseen by the parents. The list of tutors is available upon request and is updated each fall.
The district provides a list of qualified professional tutors.
The list of tutors is available upon request and is updated each fall.
Military children are a unique group and need support during deployments, moves, and meeting the daily demands of military life. This club is designed to help students stay connected with other military kids. It is intended for students who have an active duty service member in their immediate family (mom, dad, or sibling).