Counselors of Center Point-Urbana CSD

Jill Jirak, Preschool & Primary Counselor
jjirak@cpuschools.org
(319) 849-1102 ext 9-5606

Jill Fair, Intermediate Counselor
jfair@cpuschools.org
(319) 849-1102 ext 9-4202

Cory Graven, Middle School Counselor
cgraven@cpuschools.org
(319) 849-1102 ext 9-3130

Ryan Topliff, High School Counselor
rtopliff@cpuschools.org
(319) 849-1102 ext 9-1214

Carmen Stenger, High School Counselor
cstenger@cpuschools.org
(319) 849-1102 ext 9-3102

CPU K-12 Counseling Mission Statement

The mission of the Center Point-Urbana CSD School Counseling Program is to provide all students with a comprehensive school counseling program that fosters the highest level of student academic, social/emotional, and career development. In collaboration with staff, administrators, parents, and a caring community, the school counselors will help all students maximize their full potential as lifelong learners and problem solvers.

CPU K-12 Counseling Program Beliefs

The Center Point-Urbana CSD school counselors believe our school counseling program:

  • Is an integral part of the student’s total educational program.
  • Provides specific programming/curriculum based on the developmental and educational needs of students.
  • Strives to ensure that those students that need more are provided closing the gap services and support.
  • All students achieve and meet high standards that will result in college and career success.
  • Has counselors that are leaders, advocates, and collaborators who create opportunities for self-directed personal growth.
  • As school counselors, we do not work in isolation, rather in collaboration with teachers, administrators, parents, and the community to deliver a comprehensive program for all students.

CPU K-12 Counseling Program Foundation and Delivery

The CPU School Counseling program will build its foundation on providing every CPU student with knowledge and support in:

  • Academic Success
  • Social/Emotional Learning
  • College and Career Development

Our counseling programs will deliver success to every CPU student through:

School Counseling Curriculum

  • Guidance Lessons
  • Small-Group Counseling
  • Individual Counseling

Individual Planning

  • Goal Setting
  • Career Exploration
  • Academic Support
  • Student/Parent Meetings

Responsive Services

  • Crisis Counseling
  • Collaboration
  • Individual/ Group Counseling
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Referral to Outside Agency

System Support

  • Facilitating communication between school, community, and families
  • Professional Development
  • Program Management