School Counselor/Principal Relationships
When school counselors and administrators work together, the school itself and the students reap the benefits. Following are some resources to help school counselors and administrators build a successful working relationship.
Toolkit: "Enhancing the Principal-School Counselor Relationship"
This principal–school counselor toolkit, produced by the College Board, represents a collaborative resource that acknowledges and celebrates the influence of the collaboration of principals and school counselors in school communities.
Magazine Article: It Takes Two
Using your school's MTSS program to build a strong school counselor/principal relationship helps both parties meet their professional goals.
Annual Administrative Conference
The annual administrative conference is a formal discussion between school counselors and the administrator in charge of the school counseling program. The annual administrative conference template provides an outline for the discussion and can be used to document the agreement made between the administrator and each school counselor. Download the template.