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NTI Guidance

NTI Guidance #1 March 23-27 
 
 NTI Guidance #2 March 30- April 3
 
NTI Guidance #3 April 13-17 
 
NTI Guidance #4 April 20-24  
 
NTI Guidance #5 April 27- May 1
 
NTI Guidance #6 May 4-8
 
**Remember, I will be celebrating with all students who complete each week's NTI guidance activities! 
 
 

What Can the School Counselor do for my Child?

School Counseling Curriculum (Guidance Lessons): Structured lessons designed to help students attain the desired competencies and to provide all students with the knowledge, attitudes and skills appropriate for their developmental level. Guidance lessons cover the following topics: friendship, bullying, healthy life choices, hygiene, study skills, sharing, anger management, coping skills, K-PREP readiness skills, classroom rules/ safety, self-esteem, kindness/ manners, careers, grief, and much more!

Group Counseling: Planned activities outside the classroom promoting academic, career or social/emotional development. This is usually groups of 4-6 students who have the same counseling need. Groups will be conducted outside of instructional classroom time.

Individual Counseling: Planned, short-term and goal-focused counseling. Note:School counselors do not provide mental health counseling services, therapy, or long-term counseling within the schools.

Crisis Response: Provide support and assistance to students and families as they navigate crisis and emergency situations.

Collaboration: Work with other educators, parents and the community to support student growth academically, behaviorally, emotionally, and socially.

Promote Attendance: Teach students the importance of being at school to learn and provide fun monthly activities for students to participate in when they’ve reached their attendance goals!

Promote Positive Behavior: Provide Saffell students with the “Caught Being Good” school-wide positive reward system where students earn coins to purchase items of the “caught being good cart.”

Referrals: Refer parents/families to outside agencies or groups for additional information and support.

504: Plan developed to ensure that a child (who has a medically diagnosed disability)receives accommodations that will ensure their academic success and access to the learning environment.


Outside Mental Health Services and other Resources

New Vista
1060 Glensboro Rd
Lawrenceburg, KY 40342
502-839-7203

Children and Family Counseling Associates
100 South Main Street
Harrodsburg, KY 40330
859-733-9241
www.cafcainc.com

Guiding Grace
131 B North Chiles Street
Harrodsburg, KY 40330
859-325-5545
www.guiding-grace.org/

Ridge Behavioral Health Systems
3050 Rio Dosa Drive
Lexington, KY 40509
859-269-2325
www.Ridgebhs.com

Kentucky Counseling Center
101 Woodhill Ln #6
Frankfort, KY 40601
855-591-0092
www.kentuckycounselingcenter.com

Centerstone 
250 Alpine Dr. 
Shelbyville, KY 40065
502-633-5683 

Our Lady of Peace 
2020 Newburg Rd
Louisvilly, KY 40205
502-451-3330 
 
United Way Website 

Shelters:
Franklin County Women and Family Shelter
303 East 3rd Street
Frankfort, KY 40601
502-352-2843
www.fcwomenandfamilyshelter.org
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