Welcome to the Bethel Manor School Counseling Corner!
Meet your School Counselors!
Hi! My name is Sherry Carducci and I love serving our students and families as the School Counselor at Bethel Manor Elementary. I work alongside teachers and families to support student development- academically, socially, and emotionally. I believe that children learn best when they feel good about themselves and know that they are supported by their schools, families, and communities. We strive to promote that supportive and kind environment at BMES.
I look forward to getting to know you! Feel free to reach out via email email@example.com.
Mrs. Collazo- Gonzalez (Mrs. C.G.)
My name is Carie S. Collazo- Gonzalez and I am lucky to be a part of the York County School Division. I am split with Bethel Manor Elementary and Tabb Elementary Schools. I have my Master's in Psychology and School Counseling. I am also a licensed instructor for Youth Mental Health First Aid. I primarily work with our third and fourth grade students. Please contact me with any questions or suggestions you might have at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What can your School Counselors do for you?
Classroom Counseling - Throughout the school year, counselors will present classroom counseling lessons to students in grades K-5. Students will learn about many important topics which may include:
- Positive peer relationships and conflict resolution
- Emotional regulation and mindfulness
- Character education
- Career Exploration
- Test-taking strategies and study skills
Group Counseling - Students may be referred by parents, teachers, or counselors to participate in small group counseling. Group counseling topics are developed based on the highest needs of students and may include:
- Friendship and social skills
- Emotional regulation
- Resiliency (coping with stressors and/or change)
- Academic success (study skills and work habits)
- Military deployment
Individual Check-Ins - School counselors provide individual check-ins with students virtually. Referrals to community resources will be provided for students needing long-term counseling services. Students may speak with the counselor individually through parent referral, teacher referral, or self-referral. Check in topics might include:
- Academic concerns
- Family changes or concerns
- Peer relationships and friendship
Family Life Education - Family Life curriculum will not be taught during remote instruction. Please contact your school counselor if you have specific concerns related to Family Life.
Gifted Program Contact - School counselors serve as the Gifted/Extend Program contact at BMES. Please contact them with any questions about the YCSD Extend gifted education program and referral process.
Referrals - If you are in need of assistance, your school counselors can help by locating community resources or referrals for long-term counseling services.
"In a world where you can be anything, be kind."