Clarendon Overview Community Arts & Science Day Clubs and Enrichment Inclusive Practices On-site Volunteer Opportunities Parent Community Involvement and Support Rainy Day Drop-off School Governance School Lunch Special Academic and Cultural Events Bus Schedule Car Pooling Clarendon Named a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School Computer Lab Counseling Integrating Computers into the Curriculum Mandarin Program Visual & Performing Arts
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On-site Childcare
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The Counseling Program at Clarendon supports students, families and staff.  The program provides counseling services for students and families, facilitates groups for students and provides consultation to both teachers and parents. Counselors help with social, emotional and behavioral concerns and are available to support students when families are going through difficult experiences such as grief, parental absence, stress or challenges at school. Both regular weekly counseling and crisis services are available. In addition, the Counseling Program helps connect the Clarendon community to a broad range of additional resources in the larger community. Our Counseling Program is staffed by Sara Bennett, LCWS, PPSC and Rena Nogid, MFT Intern. Please contact Sara Bennett (via the Clarendon main office phone number) if you would like information about program services.