R.K. Smith Middle School counseling intervention program

From staff and wire reports
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Back (L-R) Harold Blood, principal; Tiffany Cologne, LPC; Jordan Smith; Roneldo Bolden, Jerome Cunningham, Brain Sandolph, Jerry Smith, Director of Child Welfare and Attendance; Norman Dixon, RSW. Front (L-R) RaQuan Joseph, Zain Cameron and Dawn Christan, LCSW.
Back (L-R) Harold Blood, principal; Tiffany Cologne, LPC; Jordan Smith; Roneldo Bolden, Jerome Cunningham, Brain Sandolph, Jerry Smith, Director of Child Welfare and Attendance; Norman Dixon, RSW. Front (L-R) RaQuan Joseph, Zain Cameron and Dawn Christan, LCSW.
Several students from R.K. Smith Middle School in Luling successfully completed the Counseling Intervention Program.

The program consisted of one group meeting for students that focused on problem solving and seeing the impact of present choices on future goals.

The students then received weekly follow-ups at school. 




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