The Cabot School District is committed to
"Preparing Today's Students for Tomorrow's Opportunities."
The vision of the Cabot School District Counseling Program is for all students to develop academically, socially and emotionally to become resilient, contributing members of a global society. The Cabot School District is committed to educating all students to be responsible citizens who value learning, treating others with dignity and respect, and adapt successfully to the demands of a rapidly changing society.
The mission of the Cabot School District Counseling Program is to empower all students to develop and use knowledge, abilities, and character to achieve lifelong goals and become contributing members of a global society by equipping students with information, resources, support, and opportunities.
Contact CPS Counseling Team:
Terena Woodruff, Director of Counseling - 501-843-3363 ext. 1029 Email Me
Welcome! My name is Terena Woodruff. It is an honor to serve as the Director of Counseling for Cabot Public Schools. Our dedicated team consists of 27 counselors who serve students in Pre-K-12th grades. The goal of our department is to support students and families with academic, career, and personal/social resources to enable success in school and beyond.
Our district also employs a social worker, Jordan Boris, who helps connect families with resources. She can assist families completing applications for insurance, free/reduced lunches, food stamps, etc.
Jordan Boris, Social Worker - 501-843-3363 ext. 1032 Email Me
Services your school counselor can provide:
Cabot Schools Comprehensive Counseling Plan - This plan is divided into grade levels to describe support activities at each level. This includes individual, small group, and whole class resources.
Community Resources - School counselors work closely with local community resources to assist families.
Counseling Resources/Mental Health - School counselors can connect families to local counseling providers and make referrals for school based or private services.
Homebound - If a student needs to receive instruction from home for a documented medical reason, counseling/chool counselors work with parents to develop a plan.
Foster Liaison - School counselors serve as the building foster care liaison to assist students in foster care.
McKinney Vento Homeless Education - School counselors are the building liaison to assist families with needs when students lack regular, fixed, adequate nighttime residence.