The mission of the School Counseling/Guidance Department at Foxborough Regional Charter School is to provide a comprehensive, developmental program which addresses the academic, college/career, and personal/social needs of all students. In collaboration with school staff, parents/guardians, and the community, the school guidance program will facilitate access for every student to school services and supports to achieve the best possible academic outcomes, help students gain the knowledge and skills to achieve their post-secondary goals, and prepare them to be meaningful contributors to society.
College Planning and Success
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Mr. David Elsner
Guidance/School Counselor Coordinator
Grade 11-12 School Counselor
Ms. Jill Fagan
Grade 8-10 Guidance/School Counselor
Ms. Sarah Spence
Grade 5-7 Guidance/School Counselor
2013-2014 FRCS School Profile
The 2013-2014 FRCS School Profile is a summary of our school programming.
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- College Application Procedure
- College Application Deadline table
- FRCS Transcript Release Form – Paper Application
- FRCS Transcript Release Form – Electronic Application
- Student Recommendation Request form
- For additional information contact Mr. Elsner at Delsner@foxboroughrcs.org
Thanks to the generosity of the FRCS community and the dedication of the FRCS Scholarship Committee, scholarships are available for our seniors. Download the FRCS Scholarship Application. Applications are due to the Guidance Office by 3:30 p.m. on April 18th, 2014.
We are pleased to welcome Ms. Jill Fagan to the guidance/school counseling team. Ms. Fagan’s primary responsibility will be Grades 8-10. Ms. Fagan brings experience from Mansfield and Whitman-Hanson High Schools. She will help us continue to develop our MA Model programming and student support. We thank Mr. Gianquitti for his excellent support for our students and wish him well as he moves on to work with college students at Lasell College.
- Students and Parents/Guardians – Start the year off strong! Set up times to meet with teachers.
- Make an appointment to see your guidance/school counselor to talk about study skills, course planning, social supports, activities, career exploration, or any other question you have about being a student.
- Parents and guardians – contact teachers. Email is by far the easiest and best way to check-in with them about your student’s progress. Don’t wait until report cards!!
Achievement Teams are an important aspect of developing student skills. All students in grade 6-10 have Achievement Teams once per cycle. Ask your son or daughter about these lessons and start a conversation about how students are learning to be better learners.
Guidance Advisory Council
It is important to have an advisory council for the guidance program. The National Model for School Counseling specifically endorses this idea as best practice. We are planning to start this group up again. If you are interested in discussing guidance programs and activities related to student’s academic, social/personal, and career exploration needs, please call Mr. Elsner at x272 or email at email@example.com.