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Kiley Kolb

Kiley Kolb, MA
School Psychologist/Counselor
 
Vineyard Elementary School (805) 434-5840
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WHAT TO DO WHEN A CRISIS HITS - TIPS FOR PARENTS ON WHAT TO DO WHEN A CRISIS HITS

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MEET OUR COUNSELOR

 Kiley Kolb is from Southern California and has been on the VES staff for the past two years. Kiley is a graduate of Cal Poly Pomona and earned her  degree in psychology. She attended Alliant International, San Diego with a masters degree in School Psychology and a School Based Mental  Health Certificate.   
 
Kiley has enjoyed working here in Templeton with the VES staff and students. 

Second Step- Class Wish

 VES is hoping to implement  the Second Step Program across our school site. Second Step  provides a rich new character development program to benefit our student. You too can get involved by learning more about this program at the Second Step Website and please contribute if you can via Class Wish. 

How Counselors Help Our Schools

Elementary Counseling

Elementary School counselors help children succeed in school and life by teaching skills for learning, friendship, and health and safety. We strive to help children by promoting respect for self and others, wise decision making, and by practicing personal responsibility.

What do elementary counselors do?

  • Offer small group and one-on-one counseling
  • Provide crisis counseling
  • Assist concerned parents
  • Provide community referrals
  • Serve on the Multi-Disciplinary Team
  • Serve on the SST Team and 504 plan Team
  • Promote success at school for all students
  • Teach guidance curriculum in grades K-6

Who sees the counselor?

  • Students
  • Parents
  • Teachers

What counseling groups are offered at VES?

Groups change according to student needs and availability in our daily schedules.

  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Recess Groups 

What is the counselor’s schedule?

 
Vineyard Elementary School (805) 434-5840  
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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Bullying - What you need to know!

Bullies like to take advantage of people who don’t stand up for themselves. They look for people   who won’t say or do anything to stop them.

Bullies want to make people feel afraid because they often feel afraid too.

Bullies fear being disliked and abused. Some bullies have themselves, been abused by their classmates or by adults.

Bullies fear being made fun of by their friends. They pick on other people so their friends will think they are cool.

Bullies need a group of friends to continue. When bullies lose their friends they stop.

Bullies need your help if they are going to learn how to stop. Take action and stop bullies from hurting other kids.