The goal of MTSS is to help schools identify struggling students early and intervene quickly. These supports are additional group interventions that supplement our core curriculum.
We are making education better for students in Catawba County by addressing barriers to learning and enhancing healthy development.
Our Student Services professionals, such as school counselors, school social workers, and school nurses, provide services that remove barriers preveningt students from learning. Our department provides prevention, intervention, transition, and follow-up services for students and families.
Our school counselors are ready to help! Our trained specialists can assist in the coordination of support services that you may need.
Please visit your school's website for your counselor's contact information.
- Academic advising
- Career/post-secondary advising
- Crisis counseling
- Parent consultation and information
- Referral to school/community resources and/or agencies
We are dedicated to making education better and more inclusive for students with disabilities. Learn more!
We are dedicated to making education better for all the students we serve - including more than 3,000 of our students who speak 30+ languages.
Every student has their own unique path to college or career readiness.
We assist students in developing an understanding of themselves, knowing the rights and needs of others, resolving conflicts, setting personal goals and reflecting on their interests, abilities and aptitudes.
We help to prepare students for life after school by exploring their personal interests and talents while providing information about careers, apprenticeships and post-secondary education.
We help students and their parents acquire knowledge of school curricular choices, plan the best program of study and seek post-secondary academic opportunities.
In addition to developing and implementing strategies to eliminate barriers to student learning and achievement, our social workers assist students with: improving interpersonal relationships, coping with crisis situations, developing problem solving skills, improving attendance, and building self-esteem and self-reliance. They strive for early intervention and are there to support positive behavioral interventions.
Linking our families to resources in our community is just one of the many ways we can help.
Please click on the buttons below to find community resources that may help.
You can request your transcript online.
For questions, please contact:
Receptionist/Student Records p. 828.464.8333