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Announcements and News



NCSCA Legislative Day 

June 12, 2014 in Raleigh, NC


Join NCSCA in Raleigh for Legislative Day.  Meet and greet with your state representatives, discuss school counseling issues, and advocate for our profession!  

Register Here

Visit our Government Relations Page

 


2014 Delegate Assembly



NCSCA is now accepting applications for the 2014 session of the Delegate Assembly.  This is an excellent way for any school counselor to engage and network with other school counselors from across the state, learn more about NCSCA, share regional information, and assist with the ongoing work of the Board in support of professional school counseling.  

2014 Delegate Assembly Application
  
All information and supporting materials must be emailed to 
president@ncschoolcounselor.org no later than June 13, 2014 
Note:  previous delegates may re-apply.
 

  

NCSCA Conference 2014

Call for Proposals Now Open

Click below to submit your proposal today!

 


NCSCA 2014 Elections / Results

Congratulations to the following candidates for being elected to the 2014-2015 NCSCA Board of Directors!!

President-Elect:

Christina Welch

East Region Vice-President:

Beth Atkins

Southeast Region Vice-President:

Patricia Weaver

Southwest Region Vice-President:

Tim Hardin 

West Region Vice-President:

Lyn Bush

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NCSCA 2014-2015 Emerging Leaders

Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Emerging Leaders!
Laura Elizabeth Henry 
Cato Middle College High School, Charlotte, NC
Felicia Moore
Panther Creek High School, Raleigh, NC
Latoira Rodgers
Greene County Middle School, Snow Hill, NC
Kelsey Williams
North Wilkes Middle School & Traphill Elementary School, Wilkes County, NC


Character Matters:  Stand Up, Speak Out & Stop Bullying

The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI), in partnership  with Capitol Broadcasting (WRAL/FOX 50), today launched the  Character Matters Anti-Bullying Campaign. The goal of this campaign is  to bring awareness to the issue of bullying and what schools and  communities are doing to stop it.  To read more, please visit NCDPI and click on the appropriate link under "News."

You can also visit the Character Matters website below.  


 

The online store is coming soon!

 

 


  Join us in Orlando, FL at the ASCA 2014 Conference.  Click below for more information!

 

Legislative Update

The North Carolina State Board of Education approved the Transition Guidelines that NCDPI developed to assist LEAs with implementation of the "Duties of School Counselors" legislation that the General Assembly passed in 2013. The following letter was sent to all of the LEAs in the state regarding the implementation of the 80/20 law and the reassignment of testing coordination duties:

 
The letter includes:
1. Memo to Superintendents
2. Transition Guidelines
3. School Counselor Job Description
Recent updates from the NCSCA Lobbyist can be found on NCSCA's Government Relations webpage.





Upcoming Events

14 May 2014 4:00 PM • Online Training
12 Jun 2014 8:00 AM • Clarion Hotel, Raleigh, NC
13 Jun 2014 8:00 AM • Cambria Suites

Resources

Other PD Opportunities (not affiliated with NCSCA)                           

How to Reset Your Password

How to Find Your NCSCA ID#

NCSCA / NCCA Joint Letter to Members

NCDPI Web Highlights        

       




 

   
 
 
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