STARTING 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR
1.Master's Degree from an accredited college or university.
2.A valid Colorado Teaching Certificate endorsed for counseling at the level to which assigned.
3.Such alternatives to the above as the Board may find appropriate.
1.To assist each student to achieve his/her capacity.
2.To assist each student to make optimum personal, vocational, and educational choices.
3.To assist each student to become aware of himself/herself in terms of his/her strengths and limitations as they relate to his/her life goals and personal satisfaction.
1.Be available to help the student with his/her personal problems.
2.Confer, when appropriate, with students, staff, and parents.
3.Assists the student in planning his/her educational program.
4.Utilize appropriate school and community resources.
5.Assist in providing orientation services for new students.
6.Maintain records necessary for the performance of his/her duties.
7.Communicate the role of the counselor to the school and community.
8.Administer and supervise all School District standardized tests.
9.Interpret test scores to students, staff, and parents.
10. Be a member of the pre-conference special education program committees.
11. Attempt to confer with each student a minimum of one time per semester.
12. Perform such other duties as assigned by the Principal.
Certified salary is based upon degree status and years of experience. Horizontal advancements are based upon "Graduate" level credits and staff development hours obtained after the last degree was conferred.
One year of credit will be provided for each year of approved outside teaching experience up to a maximum of eight (8) years (earned within the past 12 years).
193 days per year
Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8