Wisconsin School Counselor Association’s 3rd Annual
National School Counseling Week Breakfast
Counselors, please join us for a morning of connection, learning, and celebration of our profession during National School Counseling Week! With conference no longer being held in February, this is our mid-year opportunity to gather and re-energize!
While you advocate for your programs in schools, we are here to celebrate you!
Regional Events | Various
Friday, February 10th, 2023 | 7:30 – 11:00 am
- Menomonie – UW-Stout
- Stevens Point – UW-Stevens Point
- Waunakee – WSCA Office Building
Due to registration numbers, the in-person events in Ashland, Sheboygan, Racine, and Platteville have been cancelled. We hope you can join us at either Stevens Point or Waunakee, or register to attend virtually!
7:30 – 8:30 am – Social Breakfast
Enjoy your breakfast while networking and connecting with other Wisconsin School Counselors and Wisconsin School Administrators. Some casual icebreakers and discussion activities will be provided.
8:30 -10:15 am – Presentations
Presentations will begin with a WSCA welcome, followed by scholarship and WSCPAR recognitions. Then our Keynote Speaker Stephen Sharp will speak.
10:15 – 11:00 am – Optional Counselor Networking
Counselors will be able to connect with other colleagues around various topics.
Stephen Sharp is co-author of Amazon Best-Selling Book and 2019 Hot New Release – 50+ Tech Tools for School Counselors. Steve is a school counselor and Apple Certified Educator. He has worked to provide students with the knowledge and skills to be healthy and successful in the 21st century. Stephen has served on the governing boards of both his local and state school counseling associations. Stephen completed his M.Ed at the Millersville University of Pennsylvania and BA from Lycoming College.
Stephen Sharp is a co-founder of the Leadership Summit, a community-based social justice network to provide students with the language and tools to understand and combat the many forms of oppression.
Stephen is a Nationally Certified School Suicide Prevention Specialist and continues to work with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to pilot an electronic behavioral health screening for schools. He works tirelessly across the state to provide education and training on mental health, substance abuse, inequality, and a world changed by technology.
Stephen frequently presents and writes on school counseling practice, leadership, technology, emerging career skills, mental health, and race in education. Stephen was named the 2017 Pennsylvania Middle School Counselor of the Year.
Through an engaging discussion, participants will learn about emerging trends in education, student mental health, post-secondary readiness, and labor markets in light of the pandemic. The unique role of school counselor to support students, promote equity and design a healing as supportive environment for ALL students.
Participants will be able to identify at least two trends in education impacting education.
Participants will understand the key trends in school counseling as tools to promote equitable outcomes for students.
Participants will be able to identify at least two components of design for student support
Win great prizes during the event!
Use the hashtag #WSCANSCW23 on your social media posts for a chance to win!
- Local Wisconsin Breakfast Gift Basket 🎉
- Registration for November 2023 Conference 🎆
- Various Gift Cards 🎈
- Books & Resources ✨
Invite Your Administrators:
Please invite your school administrators to join us for this event! Administrators attend at no cost!
Template to invite your principal to attend:
Please consider joining us for the National School Counseling Week’s Breakfast Event! This is the third annual Breakfast event that the Wisconsin School Counselor Association has hosted, and this provides us an opportunity mid-year to connect as professionals and colleagues (especially since our annual conference has moved to November). We look forward to continuing this new tradition!
This year, we are focusing on the high value that a cohesive relationship between School Counselors and Administration brings to our schools. As an association, we highly anticipate our Keynote speaker XXXX’ address- they will certainly be inspiring, and will invigorate our passion for our work as educators! I personally hope that we can experience this speaker together, and continue the conversation afterwards and provide the best support we can for our students.
Check out the details on the Wisconsin School Counselor Association’s website at /nscw-breakfast-2023/.
We also understand that times are busy right now- if you can’t make it to the live event with me, you are able to watch the keynote afterwards if you register in advance. Then, we can meet and talk about it together!
Please let me know what thoughts or questions you have, and I look forward to engaging in this opportunity with you,
- Member In-Person – $25 | Member Virtual – $10
- Student In-Person – $15 | Student Virtual – $5
- Non-Member In-Person – $35 | Non-Member Virtual – $20
- Administrators – FREE