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Counseling

Falls City School District SEL Program

Over the past years Falls City School District has recognized the need to support our students beyond traditional academic support. This is why we felt it was important to create a strong Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) program.

That said, we have a district-wide (Pre-K-12) school counselor who has taken on some developing roles! At the elementary school you will find Mrs. L preparing to carry out fun SEL curriculum in the classrooms, helping students resolve conflicts and running small groups with topics like friendship building. When she is at the high school you might see her assisting in the career/success classes or meeting with students for things like helping connect them to resources or future planning. Wherever you may find her, talk to her about any concerns you might have (academically, socially, emotionally), or just say "hi!".

What and who is this SEL Squad?
We believe that students have the ability to learn social, emotional and behavioral skills that will help them be stronger students and well-rounded individuals. Both our school counselor and the Reset Room will work together to provide students with a safe environment to build those skills.  

 

Best,
SEL Squad
Alea Littleton, School Counselor
Corrine Symolon, Zach Labrado, Reset Room Staff

Meet Your Counselors 

Alea Littleton

Alea is the Pre-K-12 counselor at Falls City School

District. This is Alea's second year as a counselor at

Falls City School District. Please visit Alea's

counseling website for more information. 

https://littletonalea.wixsite.com/schoolcounselor

Corrine Symolon

Corrine is the Reset Room Director for Falls City

School District.  She runs the reset room on a daily

basis; the reset room serves Elementary, Middle

and High School students.  She is also available to

students in crises as well as for school wide and 

district wide events.  Corrine is also the homeless

student liaison and foster parent liaison for our district. Corrine has experience in social work, disability services, working with at risk youth, school based mental health and has been a foster parent.  She has a bachelor of science degree in psychology from Western Oregon University and has completed some masters level coursework in Counseling at Corban University.  She has been with us for several years and looks forward to several more.  Corrine enjoys Brazilian jujitsu, MMA, painting and reading in her free time and is passionate about loving the students in Falls City.

Homeless Student Information

 

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-8255

 

Dallas Crisis Line (Polk County)

(503) 581-5535

“Falls City School District provides well-rounded opportunities for students to become productive positive citizens and life-long learners”

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