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Oregon

Q215E050001
$361,388

Bethel School District
Project Director: Carl Cole
4640 Barger Drive Email: ccole@bethel.k12.or.us
Eugene, Oregon 97402 Telephone: (541) 689-3280

Grantees under this competition will use funds to support counseling programs in target elementary schools. Schools will establish or expand counseling programs through hiring qualified school counselors, school social workers, school psychologists, or child or adolescents psychiatrists with a goal of expanding the range, availability, quantity and quality of counseling services available. Counseling services will use a developmental, prevention approach, and will be designed and implemented with the involvement of parents of the participating students.

To address Government Performance and Results Act measures for the program, grantees will use funds to help them address the student/mental health professional ratios, and reduce the number of referrals and suspensions for disciplinary reason among students receiving program services. Grantees have identified other project-specific goals that include improved student attendance and academic performance, social skills development, parental involvement, counselor and teacher professional development, and collaboration with community-based organizations that provide mental health and other services to students.

Iowa

Q215E050002
$371,254
Marshalltown Community School District Project Director: Bruce Walker
317 Columbus Drive Email: bwalker@marshalltown.k12.ia.us
Marshalltown, Iowa 50158 Telephone: (641) 754-1000

Grantees under this competition will use funds to support counseling programs in target elementary schools. Schools will establish or expand counseling programs through hiring qualified school counselors, school social workers, school psychologists, or child or adolescents psychiatrists with a goal of expanding the range, availability, quantity and quality of counseling services available. Counseling services will use a developmental, prevention approach, and will be designed and implemented with the involvement of parents of the participating students.

To address Government Performance and Results Act measures for the program, grantees will use funds to help them address the student/mental health professional ratios, and reduce the number of referrals and suspensions for disciplinary reason among students receiving program services. Grantees have identified other project-specific goals that include improved student attendance and academic performance, social skills development, parental involvement, counselor and teacher professional development, and collaboration with community-based organizations that provide mental health and other services to students.

California

Q215E050003
$395,983
East Whittier City School District Project Director: Clara D'Agostino
14535 East Whittier Blvd. Email: Cd'agostino@ewcsd.k12.ca.us
Whittier, CA 90605 (562) 907-0578 Telephone: (562) 907-0578

Grantees under this competition will use funds to support counseling programs in target elementary schools. Schools will establish or expand counseling programs through hiring qualified school counselors, school social workers, school psychologists, or child or adolescents psychiatrists with a goal of expanding the range, availability, quantity and quality of counseling services available. Counseling services will use a developmental, prevention approach, and will be designed and implemented with the involvement of parents of the participating students.

To address Government Performance and Results Act measures for the program, grantees will use funds to help them address the student/mental health professional ratios, and reduce the number of referrals and suspensions for disciplinary reason among students receiving program services. Grantees have identified other project-specific goals that include improved student attendance and academic performance, social skills development, parental involvement, counselor and teacher professional development, and collaboration with community-based organizations that provide mental health and other services to students.

Michigan

Q215E050004
$263,980
Inkster Public Schools Project Director: Manuel Wilson
29115 Carlysle Email: manuel_wilson@hotmail.com
Inkster, Michigan 48141 Telephone: (734) 722-5310

Grantees under this competition will use funds to support counseling programs in target elementary schools. Schools will establish or expand counseling programs through hiring qualified school counselors, school social workers, school psychologists, or child or adolescents psychiatrists with a goal of expanding the range, availability, quantity and quality of counseling services available. Counseling services will use a developmental, prevention approach, and will be designed and implemented with the involvement of parents of the participating students.

To address Government Performance and Results Act measures for the program, grantees will use funds to help them address the student/mental health professional ratios, and reduce the number of referrals and suspensions for disciplinary reason among students receiving program services. Grantees have identified other project-specific goals that include improved student attendance and academic performance, social skills development, parental involvement, counselor and teacher professional development, and collaboration with community-based organizations that provide mental health and other services to students.


 
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