The school counseling program at Mimosa Elementary School is comprehensive and developmental in scope based on the American School Counselors Association (ASCA) national standards and competencies. All components focus on academic development, personal and social development, and career awareness.
Small Group Counseling
School Programs and Clubs
Mr. Manatee Goes to Work
Parent Resources and Support
Mimosa Elementary School Counseling Department Mission Statement
The mission of the Mimosa Elementary School Counseling program is to empower students to reach their full potential by providing a comprehensive, developmental program focusing on academic, career, and personal development. Students will have equal access to counseling services and programs at school. The school counseling program will promote life-long learning, appreciation of diversity, and responsible citizenship among all students for them to achieve academic and personal success.
Mimosa Elementary School Counseling Department's Vision
The students at Mimosa Elementary School will be responsible, respectful learners and will be ready to contribute to society as productive, competent citizens. Mimosa students will be challenged and will achieve their full academic potential in middle school, high school, and postsecondary education. As a result of the comprehensive school counseling program, students will have strong interpersonal skills and maintain beneficial relationships that contribute to their academic and personal successes.
All students deserve to have a safe, respectful, and challenging learning environment through the implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program.
All students benefit from a data-driven school counseling program that addresses their social, personal, emotional, and academic needs.
All students benefit from high academic expectations and can work hard to achieve their potential.
All students are unique learners that benefit from a connection between home and school.
All students are capable of academic success and deserve to have school counselors advocate for them.
Flynn Pustilnik, Ed.S., LPC, NCC
Counselor and 504 Chair