Student Advocate: Julianne Sandor
Student Advocate Services
Every CES student participates in group skills at least once per month. The skills lessons are designed to introduce students to skills, attitudes, and knowledge they will need to be safe, respectful, and be their best during this school year and years to come.
Referrals may be made for students to receive one-on-one, short-term and goal-focused individual skills sessions. Referrals for this service can be made by the student, teacher/school staff, and/or parent/guardian.
Small Group Skills
Small group skills sessions provide students with assistance to improve skills in the areas of personal/social, career, and academic development. Working with students in small groups is one strategy for helping students become more successful. Referrals for specific skills can be made by the student, teacher/school staff, and/or parent/guardian.
To best meet the needs of CES students, activities and services are developed in collaboration with CES teachers and staff, the Franklin County School System, and outside community agencies to assist the student at school and at home.
How can a student see the student advocate?
Referral forms can be found on the CES website under the student advocate tab.
If you have a concern about your child and would like to speak with, or request that our student advocate, Ms. Julianne Sandor, speak with your child, please feel free to call the school at 931-967-7353.