Student Support Services and SEL
Student Support Services
It is our hope that through course offerings, programs, Guidance support, and the support of meaningful parenting, that all of our students will leave fully prepared for the life plans they have chosen. We aim to provide every student with an exceptional Guidance experience in an inspiring environment with a counseling staff who genuinely cares.
Schoolwide Counselor Support
- Academic Advising
- Individual and Group Counseling
- Career Exploration
- Schedule Adjustments (as per school policy)
- Special Education Support
- Collaborative Support with Special Staff
- Comprehensive College/Career Support
- Credit/Course Review
- Crisis Intervention
- Peer Mediation
- Partnership with Community Organizations
- Liaison to community service, clubs, and part-time job opportunities
- Summer School/Credit Recovery Support
- SAT/PARCC/AP/ACT Support
- Parent support through email blasts, ongoing conferences, and evening presentations
- In-service to faculty and administration
The Ninth Grade Program is designed to help students transition into high school, and to encourage students to take full advantage of all of the programming options offered.
The Tenth Grade Program is designed to continue promoting optimal student performance while introducing the concept of exploring different career opportunities.
The Eleventh Grade Program continues to support each student with their social, emotional, and academic needs. The primary focus becomes post-high school planning with an emphasis on the college and career search and planning process.
The Twelfth Grade Program continues to promote the student as a whole individual, preparing to enter the college, military, and/or career world. A special focus on the college application process is given at this time.
Links for Seniors
SEL - Social-Emotional Learning
What is SEL?
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) helps children and adults become self-aware, caring, responsible, engaged, and lifelong learners, who work together to achieve their goals and create a more inclusive, just world.
Links to SEL Resources
New Jersey Suicide Prevention Hopeline 1-855-654-6735
|Anello, Ellen||CST Social Workeremail@example.com||862-276-1881|
|Battles, Edith||Clerk IIIfirstname.lastname@example.org||973-733-7391|
|Brewster, Tricia||School Counselor||TMBrewster@nullnps.k12.nj.us||862-267-4820|
|Giles, Dr. Myla||School Counseloremail@example.com||973-733-8310|
|Green-Foote, Tameka||Vice Principalfirstname.lastname@example.org||973-733-7393|
|Kates, Prophet||Attendance Counseloremail@example.com||973-733-8120|
|Lovell, Sean||Social Workerfirstname.lastname@example.org||908-312-1585|
|Oliver, Janice||School Clerkemail@example.com||973-733-7392|
|Parker, Jasmine||Clerk IIIfirstname.lastname@example.org||973-733-7391|
|Salley, Davonne||Parent Liaison/School Community Aideemail@example.com||732-743-5367|
|Spearman, Bonegal||School Nursefirstname.lastname@example.org||973-733-6617|
|Williams, Lola||School Counseloremail@example.com||973-733-8121|
|Wilson, Paula||On-Call Psychologist||PWilson@nullnps.k12.nj.us||973-733-7391|