Welcome to the School Counseling Services page for Eastwood Elementary.
Tutsy Asmus, M.Ed., School Counselor since 2009
Eastwood Schools School Counseling department strives to provide all students with a quality guidance curriculum aligned with the ASCA National Model.
Elementary students receive the guidance curriculum via classroom lessons, small groups, and individual counseling.
Mrs. Asmus can be reached at: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Parent Newsletter
Eastwood Schools partners with the Children's Resource Center to offer free on-site counseling services to all students with a Licensed Profressional Counselor. Download the flyer from CRC for more information on the services offered and contact information to schedule an appointment.
Tentative Schedule of Classroom Guidance Lessons
- September – Counselor introduction
- October – Friendship with a focus on including others
- November – Social Skills
- December – SAPP program with 3rd graders, no additional classroom guidance
- January – Bullying Prevention
- February – Career Exploration/Career Day
- March – Peer Pressure/Decision Making
- April – Self Esteem
- May – none
Planned guidance groups for the year.
- 1st Quarter
- 2nd Quarter
- Changing Families (Separation/Divorce)
- Open to 1st- 4th graders
- 3rd Quarter
- Study Skills Group
- Open to 2nd – 4th graders
- 4th Quarter
- Open to 2nd -4th graders
The STARS Program is a United Way program that offers before school and after school care and socialization opportunities for students at Eastwood.
STARS Information Flyer STARS Cost Sheet
Is your family struggling to make ends meet? Living paycheck to paycheck? Is your family in need of housing assistance, meals, medical care, dental care, or other services? The United Way can help!
Project Homeless Connect One Stop Shop Service Fair at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in BG on October 16, 2013 from 9am-3pm.
The Wood County Educational Service Center is teaching the Guiding Good Choices program for parents. This program is free and available to parents of Eastwood students aged 7-14.