Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program FY 2003 CFDA # 84.

215E ALABAMA
Q215E030153 Sheffield City School District Gardner 300 West Sixth Street Sheffield, AL 35660 Project Director: Richard l. Email: rlgardner@scs.k12.al.us (256) 484-4910 (256) 484-4917 Fax

Sheffield City School District was awarded a grant for $ 148,208 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

ALASKA
Q215E030158 Juneau School District 10014 Crazy Horse Drive Juneau, AK 99801 Project Director: Peggy Cowan Email: cowan@jsd.k12.ak.us (907) 463-1700 (907) 463-1712 Fax

Juneau School District was awarded a grant for $ 296,580 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

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ARIZONA
Q215E030019 Osborn School District #8
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Project Director: Eduarda AmondragonEmail: (602) 707-2033 (602) 707-2040 Fax

1226 W. Osborn Rd. eamondra@osbornnet.org Phoenix, AZ 85013-3618

Osborn School District # 8 was awarded a grant for $ 394,731 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030095 Winslow Unified School District #1 Ed.D P.O. Box 580 Winslow, AZ 86047

Project Director: David R. Black, Email: dblack@cybertrails.com (928) 289-3375 (928) 289-9386 Fax

Winslow Unified School District #1 was awarded a grant for $ 264,058 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030187 Amphitheater Public Schools Ph.D 710 W. Wetmore Tucson, AZ 85705

Project Director: Gail Bornfield, Email: gbornfie@amphi.com (520) 696-5234 (520) 696-5067 Fax

Amphitheater Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 395,934 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand

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their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030198 Tucson Unified School District #1 Project Director: Judy Bowers 1010 E. 10th St. Email: judy.bowers@tusd.k12.az.us Tucson, AZ 85719-0400 (520) 225-4921 (520) 225-4863 Fax Tucson Unified School District #1 was awarded a grant for $ 395,958 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030120 Nadaburg School District #81 Sorensen 32919 Center Street Wittmann, AZ 85361-9416 Project Director: Sarah Email: sarahmuns@aol.com (623) 388-2321 (623) 388-2915 Fax

Nadaburg School District #81 was awarded a grant for $ 157,559 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

CALIFORNIA
Q215E030165 Oxnard School District 1051 South A Street Oxnard, CA 93030-7442 Project Director: Richard Duarte Email: rduarte@oxnardsd.org (805) 487-3918 (805) 483-7426 Fax

Oxnard School District was awarded a grant for $ 399,088 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand

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their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

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Q215E030294 Fresno Unified School District Pankratz 1350 M Street rxpankr@fresno.k12.ca.us Fresno, CA 93721

Project Director: Robert Email: (559) 457-3352 (559) 457-3377 Fax

Fresno Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 323,765 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030195 Long Beach Unified School D. 1515 Hughes Way Long Beach, CA 90810 Project Director: Tory Cox Email: tcox@lbusd.k12.ca.us (562) 997-8000 (562) 437-2464 Fax

Long Beach Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 377,065 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030219 Stockton Unified School D. Deschenes 701 N. Madison Street rdeschenes@stockton.k12.ca.us Stockton, CA 95202 Project Director: Roger Email: (209) 953-4143 (209) 953-4748 Fax

Stockton Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 398,504 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The

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emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

Q215E030225 Santee School District Stumbaugh 9625 Cuyamaca Street Santee, CA 92071-2674

Project Director: Dr. William Email: bstumbau@sdcoe.k12.ca.us (619) 258-2364 (619) 258-2362 Fax

Santee School District was awarded a grant for $ 298,449 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030161 Glendale Unified School District 223 North Jackson Street Glendale, CA 91206-4380 Project Director: Bill Card Email: BCard@gusd.net (818) 421-3111 (818) 547-0213 Fax

Glendale Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 370,228 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030186 San Diego County Office of Ed 6401 Linda Vista Road San Diego, CA 92111-7399

Project Director: Charles Daleo, Ed.D Email: chasxmex@sdcoe.k12.ca.us (619) 718-6674 (619) 299-0261 Fax

San Diego County Office of Education was awarded a grant for $ 364,974 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an

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opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

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Q215E030199 LA Unified School District 644 West 17th St. Building C Los Angeles, CA 90015

Project Director: Michael Shannon Email: NA (213) 763-8303 (213) 745-5594 Fax

LA Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 308,931 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030038 Ravenswood City School District 2160 Euclid Avenue jocelyng@ravenswood.k12.ca.us East Palo Alto, CA 94303-1916 Project Director: Jocelyn M. Guansing Email: (650) 329-2800 (650) 323-9319 Fax

Ravenswood City School District was awarded a grant for $ 400,000 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030220 Pajaro Valley Unified School Dist. 294 Green Valley Road Watsonville, CA 95076 Project Director: Linda Perez Email: pvpsa@earthlink.net (831) 728-6445 (831) 761-6011 Fax

Pajaro Valley Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 362,019 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

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Q215E030156 Bonita Unified School District Mayfield 115 W. Allen Avenue mayfield@bonita.k12.ca.us San Dimas, CA 91773

Project Director: Charles Email: (909) 971-8200 (909) 592-8703 Fax

Bonita Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 350,347 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030069 Lennox School District 10319 Firmona Avenue Lennox City, CA 90304

Project Director: Mike Boone Email: mike_boone@lennox.k12.ca.us (310) 330-4935 (310) 412-9275 Fax

Lennox School District was awarded a grant for $ 351,916 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030122 Poway Unified School District 13626 Twin Peaks Road Poway, CA 92064-3034 Project Director: Sharon Jahn Email: sjahn@sdcoe.k12.ca.us (858) 679-2533 (858) 679-8375 Fax

Poway Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 395,148 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The

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emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030190 San Gabriel Unified School District 408 Junipero Serra Drive San Gabriel, CA 91776-1235 Project Director: Barbara Priess Email: priess_b@sgusd.k12.ca.us (626) 451-5414 (626) 451-5494 Fax

San Gabriel Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 384,176 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

Q215E030116 Greenfield Union School District 1624 Fairview Road Bakersfield, CA 93307

Project Director: CynDee Zandes Email: zandesc@gfusd.k12.ca.us (661) 837-6000 (661) 832-2873 Fax

Greenfield Union School District was awarded a grant for $ 378,305 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

COLORADO
Q215E030232 Poudre School District Jackson 2407 LaPorte Avenue Fort Collins, CO 80521 Project Director: Charlotte Email: charj@psd.k12.co.us (970) 490-3291 (970) 490-3247 Fax

Poudre School District was awarded a grant for $ 382,894 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an

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opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

FLORIDA
Q215E030081 School District of Osceola County Schubert 817 Bill Beck Boulevard Kissimmee, Florida 34744-4495 Project Director: Zina T. Email: schuberz@osceola.k12.fl.us (407) 870-4058 (407) 870-4055 Fax

School District of Osceola County was awarded a grant for $ 367,122 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030268 Columbia County School District 523 West St. Johns Street Lake City, FL 32025-4348 Project Director: Gloria G. Spivey Email: spivey_g@firn.edu (386) 755-8184 (386) 758-4844 Fax

Columbia County School District was awarded a grant for $ 359,049 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030042 Marion County Public Schools P.O. Box 670 Ocala, FL 34478-0670

Project Director: Janet Weldon Email: weldonj1@marion.k12.fl.us (352) 694-0012 (352) 694-0015 Fax

Marion County Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 159,017 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand

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their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

ILLINOIS
Q215E030338 Chicago Public Schools McCarty 125 South Clark Street Chicago, IL 60603-5200 Project Director: Dr. Linda Henry Email: lmccarty@csc.cps.k12.il.us (773) 553-1828 (773) 553-1826 Fax

Chicago Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 236,246 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

KANSAS
Q215E030204 Emporia Unified School District 501 Merchant Emporia, KS 66801-1008 Project Director: Susan Hernandez Email: shernand@usd253.org (620) 341-2225 (620) 341-2233 Fax

Emporia Unified School District was awarded a grant for $ 312,925 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

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KENTUCKY
Q215E030070 Mason County Board of Education P.O. Box 130 Maysville, KY 41056 Project Director: Elizabeth Petitt Email: epetitt@mason.k12.ky.us (606) 564-5563 (606) 564-5392 Fax

Mason County Board of Education was awarded a grant for $ 300,166 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030226 Clark County Public Schools Stump 1600 W. Lexington Ave Winchester, KY 40391 Project Director: Donald C. Email: dstump@clark.k12.ky.us (859) 744-2762 (859) 745-1304 Fax

Clark County Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 356,395 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

MARYLAND
Q215E030109 Charles County Public Schools P.O. Box 2770 La Plata, MD 20646-0170 Project Director: Keith Grier Email: KGrier@ccboe.com (301) 932-6610 (301) 392-7511 Fax

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Charles County Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 309,722 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030052 Washington County Public Schools Project Director: Vanessa Moore 820 Commonwealth Avenue Email: MooreVan@wcboe.k12.md.us Hagerstown, MD 21741 (301) 766-2974 (301) 766-2857 Fax Washington County Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 278,954 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

MASSACHUSETTS
Q215E030035 North River Collaborative Ed.D 198 Spring Street Rockland, MA 02370 Project Director: Patricia M. Maley, Email: pmaley@nrcollab.org (781) 878-6056 (781) 982-9787 Fax

North River Collaborative was awarded a grant for $ 377,695 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030092 Town of Concord 120 Meriam Road Concord, MA 01742-2699 Project Director: Sharon McArdle Email: smcardle@colonial.net (978) 318-1510

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(978) 318-1538 Fax Town of Concord was awarded a grant for $ 316,131 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

MICHIGAN
Q215E030076 Jackson Public Schools 1400 W. Monroe St Jackson, MI 49202 Project Director: Dianne R. Taulbee Email: bburden@jps.k12.mi.us (517) 841-2150 (517) 768-6031 Fax

Jackson Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 275026 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030180 Alma Public Schools 1500 North Pine Avenue Alma, MI 48801-1275 Project Director: M.J. Foster B.S. M.A. Email: m9foster@wmich.edu (989) 463-3111 (989) 466-2943 Fax

Alma Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 177,514 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

MINNESOTA
Q215E030063 Saint Paul Public Schools Project Director: Kevin Hogan

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360 Colborne Street Saint Paul, MN 55102

Email: Kevin.Hogan@spps.org (651) 603-4944 (651) 293-8990 Fax

Saint Paul Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 341,413 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

MISSISSIPPI
Q215E030086 Meridian Public School District PO Box 31 Meridian, MS 39302 Project Director: Sylvia Autry Email: sautry@mpsd.k12.ms.us (601) 484-4910 (601) 484-4917 Fax

Meridian Public School District was awarded a grant for $ 400,000 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

MISSOURI
Q215E030247 School District of Jennings 2559 Dorwood dzv017@mail.connect.more.net Jennings, MO 63136 Project Director: Pat Peck Email: (314) 653-8012 (314) 653-8030 Fax

School District of Jennings was awarded a grant for $ 400,000 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

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MONTANA
Q215E030143 Pryor Public Schools P.O. Box 229 Pryor, MT 59066-0229 Project Director: Joe Barbero Email: jbarbero@cu.imt.net (406) 259-7329 (406) 245-8938 Fax

Pryor Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 173,833 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

NEW MEXICO
Q215E030036 West Las Vegas Public Schools 179 Bridge St. the21stcentury@zialink.com Las Vegas, NM 87701

Project Director: Sande Grano Email: (505) 426-2666 (505) 426-2665 Fax

West Las Vegas Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 399,160 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

NEW JERSEY
Q215E030243 Bayonne Board of Education Avenue A & 29th Street Bayonne, NJ 07002

Project Director: Mary Moloney Email: moloneymary@bhs.bboed.org (201) 858-5905 (201) 858-6246 Fax

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Bayonne Bd. of Education was awarded a grant for $ 338,729 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

NEW YORK
Q215E030104 Niagara Falls City School District 607 Walnut Avenue Niagara Falls, NY 14302 Project Director: Mark Laurrie Email: MLaurrie@nfschools.net (716) 286-4285 (716) 286-4283 Fax

Niagara Falls City School District was awarded a grant for $ 393,900 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030259 Community School District 18 755 East 100 Street Lhelfeld@nyceboe.nycenet.edu Brooklyn, NY 11236-2633 Project Director: Lucy Helfeld Email: (718) 927-5124 (718) 927-5215 Fax

Community School District 18 was awarded a grant for $ 365,960 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The

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emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030100 Community School District 13 355 Park Place Brooklyn, NY 11238

Project Director: Cynthia Ivey Email: lyoung@nycboe (718) 398-8102 (718) 636-3204 Fax

Community School District 13 was awarded a grant for $ 379,000 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

NORTH DAKOTA
Q215E030250 Belcourt School District # 7 Marcellais PO Box 440 Roman.marcellais@sendit.nodak.edu Belcourt, ND 58316-0440 Project Director: Roman F. Email: (701) 477-6471 (701) 477-6470 Fax

Belcourt School District # 7 was awarded a grant for $ 347,490 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

OHIO
Q215E030215 Guernsey Monroe Noble ESC Epperson, MSW 749 Wheeling Ave. 3rd Floor Cambridge, Ohio 43725-2368 Project Director: Kristen Email: kristene@byesville.net (740) 439-3558 (740) 439-0012 Fax

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Guernsey Monroe Noble ESC was awarded a grant for $ 398,020 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

Q215E030196 Columbus Public Schools 100 E Arcadia Avenue jwelsh@columbus.k12.oh.us Columbus, Ohio 43202

Project Director: Dr. Janet Welsh Email: (614) 365-5201 (614) 365-5796 Fax

Columbus Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 399,910 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030223 Cincinnati Public Schools P.O. Box 5381 Cincinnati, OH 45201-5381 Project Director: Kevin Corrigan Email: corrigk@cps-k12.org (513) 475-7090 (513) 475-4840 Fax

Cincinnati Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 268,271 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand

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their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

OKLAHOMA
Q215E030135 Cameron/Panama Consortium P.O. Box 190 Cameron, OK 74932-0190 Project Director: Terry Shaw Email: NA (918) 654-3225 (918) 654-7387 Fax

Cameron/Panama Consortium was awarded a grant for $ 226,980 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

Q215E030227 Macomb Public Schools State Hwy 59B and Main Street Macomb, OK 74852-0010

Project Director: Gracy Taylor Email: gtaylor@macomb.k12.ok.us (405) 598-3892 (405) 598-8041

Macomb Public Schools was awarded a grant for $ 148,874 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

OREGON
Q215E030174 Hood River County School District Project Director: Rick Eggers

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P.O. Box 920 Hood River, OR 97031

Email: reggers@hoodriver.k12.or.us (541) 386-2511 (541) 387-5007 Fax

Hood River County School District was awarded a grant for $ 319,543 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

PENNSYLVANIA
Q215E030237 Chester Charter Schools 2717 West 10th Street Chester, PA 19013

Project Director: Lisabeth Fowler Email: lisabethf@aol.com (484) 356-0191 (484) 356-0192 Fax

Chester Charter Schools was awarded a grant for $ 306,463 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

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Q215E030271 School District of Philadelphia 2120 Winter Street, Rm 402 Philadelphia, PA 19103-1099

Project Director: Dr. Janis Butler Email: jbulter@phila.k12.pa.us (215) 299-7840 (215) 299-3472 Fax

School District of Philadelphia was awarded a grant for $ 373,287 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

TEXAS
Q215E030113 Houston Independent School District Thompson 3830 Richmond Avenue Houston, TX 77027-5802 Project Director: Constance Email: cthompson@houstonisd.org (713) 892-6666 (713) 892-7494 Fax

Houston Independent School District was awarded a grant for $ 399,085 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030181 San Angelo Independent School District Project Director: Robbin Gesch

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1621 University Avenue San Angelo, TX 76904

Email: robbin.gesch@saisd.org (210) 947-3750 (210) 947-3735 Fax

San Angelo Independent School District was awarded a grant for $ 330,951 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030078 Dallas Independent School District 3700 Ross Avenue Dallas, TX 75204

Project Director: Vicki Johnston Email: johnstnv@dallasisd.org (972) 925-3425 (972) 925-3507 Fax

Dallas Independent School District was awarded a grant for $ 397,728 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030138 Aransas County Independent SD P.O. Box 907 Rockport, TX 78381-0907 Project Director: Robin Nugent Email: rnugent@acisd.org (361) 790-2220 (361) 790-2206 Fax

Aransas County Independent SD was awarded a grant for $ 275,700 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students. Q215E030176 San Antonio Independent SD Karam Project Director: Dr. Patricia

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141 Lavaca Street San Antonio, TX 78210-1095

Email: PKARAM@SAISD.NET (210) 227-1206 (210) 227-4737 Fax

San Antonio Independent School District was awarded a grant for $ 399,000 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

WASHINGTON
Q215E030179 Aberdeen School District 216 N “G” St Aberdeen, WA 98520-5920 Project Director: Shannon Webster Email: swebster@asd5.org (360) 538-2018 (360) 538-2014 Fax

Aberdeen School District was awarded a grant for $ 234,796 under the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The district will utilize these grant funds to support counseling programs in elementary schools. The schools will be given the opportunity to establish or expand their capacity to provide counseling services and school districts an opportunity to identify model strategies, enhance their knowledge of what works, and expand the inventory of effective counseling programs. The emphasis of the program is on counseling services that focus on prevention and early intervention services for elementary school students.

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