Ms. Mouas' School Counseling Website
Chartiers Valley Primary School
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The School Counseling Program                               The School Counselor: Megan Mouas

The goal of the school counseling program at Chartiers Valley Primary School is to promote the social/emotional, academic, and career growth of all students, kindergarteners through second graders.
 
To bring about this goal various programs and practices are in place including:
 
  • The Caught Being Good Program, which is a part of our School Wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Initiative
  • Classroom Lessons
  • Small groups including Yoga, Social Skills and various other groups based on need
  • New student groups and lunches to orient new students to the school
  • Study Buddies program which pairs an adult mentor with a student
  • TLCv program which gives high school students the opportunity to mentor our primary school students
  • Participation in our MTSS and CORE Team processes which help determine interventions to put in place for students who need support academically or behaviorally
  • Coordination of the implementation of school wide classroom lessons of Second Step Curriculum which focuses on social emotional learning
 
Please visit the GROUPS tab to learn more about the various initiatives of the school counseling program.
The 2018-2019 school year will be Ms. Mouas' first full year at Chartiers Valley Primary School.

Prior to joining Chariters Valley, Ms. Mouas worked as a school counselor for Onslow County School District in North Carolina for eight years.  She spent four years at Trexler Middle School in Richlands and another four at Hunters Creek Elementary School in Jacksonville.  Megan also worked  as a middle and elementary school counselor for the New Philadelphia City Schools in Ohio before coming back to the great state of Pennsylvania.

Megan is originally from Western Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Moon Area High School.  Megan attended Geneva College where she earned both her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and subsequently her Master's Degree in School Counseling.