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Friday, February 4, 2011
My impression and thoughts about guidance counselor is that they are the people that the students go to whenever they have a question about what they should "take" to graduate. They would also be the people that the students could go to if they were having problems with their parents or maybe peers. When I was growing up, I remember that the guidance counselors would come talk to our class about how they were there if we had problems with anything. I never really understood what that "anything" really meant. I still don't. I am quite excited about having the opportunity to interview a counselor and learn of all the things that they do that I was ignorant about.