Kyle Sprouse, Licensed Professional School Counselor
B.A. - Psychology, The Ohio State University
M.A. - School Counseling, The Ohio State University
7th Year at Wyandot Elementary School
Welcome to the 2018/2019 School Year!
* The Dublin City School's Elementary School Counseling Program consists of classroom lessons, group counseling, individual counseling, and parent/teacher collaboration.
* Being proactive is a major emphasis as each classroom will receive several classroom lessons throughout the year. Topics such as self-control, resiliency, anger, stress, friendship, respect, responsibility, conflict resolution, problem solving, decision making, and personal safety will be discussed. There will also be an emphasis on positive life habits, such as collaboration with peers, creative and innovative thinking, mental flexibility, and perseverance.
* Classroom topics correlate with the district's emphasis on 21st Century Skills including: critical thinking, problem solving, communication, collaboration, flexibility, self-direction, initiative, social/cross cultural skills, productivity, accountability, and leadership.
* School counseling topics, parenting tips, and social skill strategies will be sent home electronically or by request to help assist in the success of your child both academically, emotionally, and socially.
* There are many parenting resources in the counseling office. If you are looking for a certain counseling topic or have any questions please don't hesitate to call or email.
WYES School Counselor
As professional school counselors, our goal is to maintain strict confidentiality with students and parents at Wyandot Elementary. All meetings held with the school counselor will remain confidential unless the student or parent gives permission to share information with related parties. However, circumstances do arise when we must disclose information to appropriate professionals based on Ohio State Law and Dublin City Schools District Policy. Reasons for breaking confidentiality include the following: student in danger of harming self, student in danger of harming others, or student in danger of being harmed by others. This information will be reported to building administration in accordance with school policy.