Updated Resources & Tips for Addressing Racism, Covid-19, and Return to Learn
The Iowa School Counselor Association has issued a statement against racism and ways that school counselors can support students of color. Please see the full statement here.
ISCA has been working diligently to collect resources and share information with school counselors across the state during these difficult times. See the following links for resources.
These pages are being updated regularly. If you have a suggestion for resources or have questions, please contact us at email@example.com.Stay in touch with other members by following ISCA on Facebook and Twitter. Ask questions, share resources, and just touch base with your fellow counselors.
ISCA Virtual School Counselor Meet-Ups
In an effort to bring school counselors together and provide support, ISCA Level Vice Presidents will host virtual meet-ups via Zoom.
Who Will Be 2020 School Counselor of the year ?
Who will be the 2020 School Counselor of the Year? It's up to you. Nominate someone today and shine a spotlight on a deserving school counselor. We are also accepting nominations for Lifetime Achievement and Advocate of the Year.
2019 Award Winners
School Counselor of the Year and Advocate of the Year were awarded at the 2019 ISCA Conference. RAMP recipients and District of Distinction were also honored.
Save the Date!
ISCA Scholarship Fund
Help keep our scholarship fund going by making a donation. The ISCA scholarship is one way we give back, support students, and highlight the good works of school counselors in Iowa.
The mission of the Iowa School Counselor Association
is to advance the academic, career and emotional/social development of
all students through excellence in school counseling.