The Board-adopted supplemental school counseling program for students in grades 7-12 shall be delivered by personnel who hold a valid pupil personnel services credential. The District’s program shall provide for: (Education Code 52378)
an individualized review of academic and deportment records;
an individualized review of the career goals of students, and the available academic and career technical education opportunities and community and workplace experiences available to students to support their goals;
an opportunity for a counselor to meet with students and, if practicable the parent/guardian, to discuss available educational and career technical options; and
specialized counseling services for students identified as at risk.