Counseling

2017-2018 6th Grade Parents

Starting the first week of February and going into March (2018) I am conducting College and Career Readiness Plan (CCRP) Conferences with 6th grade students and their parents/guardians.

During this 20-30 minute conference, we will discuss the student’s likes and interests and will be selecting elective courses for 7th grade at Mount Ogden Junior High School.

I invite parents/guardians to review the materials in the links below (Course Request Form, Elective Course Descriptions, and Student Extracurricular Involvement) prior to your conference.

Also, please click HERE

to sign up for a time for your conference (parent/guardian AND student together). Please enter the STUDENT’S NAME in one of the available light-green slots. The tabs along the bottom are for the different weeks. Black or grey slots are times I am not available. Please also note that I will be available during Parent-Teacher Conference times as well on February 28… you are welcome to sign up for those times as well.

MOJHS COURSE REQUEST FORM: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19eLx9-t24apGeG93W1PUo8mHC7W9UBg8/view?usp=sharing

MOJSH ELECTIVE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kgLYpw-6GS8Ee-LB9ndQV84bA4p0jWxB/view?usp=sharing

MOJHS STUDENT EXTRACURRICULAR INVOLVEMENT: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pLK1D48dIW6jvsA8PZqQlBDJDfXWwaV4/view?usp=sharing


Comprehensive Counseling and Guidance is a statewide program which is designed to provide support for all students as they navigate their way through their education and prepare to become College and Career Ready by the time they graduate from high school.

At Wasatch Elementary School, the CCG Program brings together several tasks: classroom guidance lessons, group and individual counseling, and of course responsive services. These lessons are based on identified needs and may be about numerous topics throughout the school year. Some topics address things such as anger, social skills, bully prevention, decision-making, getting along, grief, behavioral rules and expectations, friendship, kindness, etc.

The Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) program at Wasatch also falls under my responsibilities, as well as serving as advisor to our school’s Peer Leader group.

I am at Wasatch on a part-time basis, usually in the mornings between 8:15 and 12 Noon. Please feel free to contact me with any concerns.

You are also invited to visit my blog

Thank You!

Mr. Dorian Stoker
801-737-8476

Dorian Stoker

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