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The mission of the Virginia School Counselor Association is to actively promote excellence in the profession of School Counseling and to provide member support through professional development, advocacy, leadership, accountability and collaboration.

 



   
    VSCA 2016 Fall Conference - http://www.ncyi.org/www/docs/179.417
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VSCA at the DOE

On Thursday, May 5, 2016, board members attended “The Profile of Graduate” with various members of the Virginia Board of Education discussing what a successful graduate of Virginia schools needs to be and how to get students to that place. 


Pictured from left to right: Joe Wharff, School Counseling Specialist at the DOE and board member; Renee Zando, government relations chair; Brett Welch, President, Liz Parker, Elementary VP; Jessica Vogt, Region 1 Rep; and Emily Goodman-Scott, Counselor Educator VP

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Congratulations to the winners of our recent regional membership drawing! 

Each winner will receive a $25 Amazon gift card!
Region 1:

Damaris Hyman, Shonda Gunn, & Dorothy Walker


 Region 2:

Denise Barnhart, Adrienne Gonzalo, & Tiffany McAndrews


 Region 3:

Etta Jane Hall, Kathryn Howlett, & Graciela Wessinger


 Region 4:

Meredith Ayala, Mary Durgala, & Suzanne Kiefaber


 Region 5:

Mary Bright, Eric Demorest, & Anita McGugan


 Region 6:

Christina Decker, Hilah Divers, & Darrell Goad


 Region 7:

Lynda Anderson, Meghan Edwards, & Beth Hanson-Newcomb


 Region 8:

John Baker, Whitney Foster, & Tamara Hall

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VSCA is a state chapter of the American School Counselor Association

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Dues payments, contributions or gifts to VSCA are not tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. However, they may be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses subject to restrictions imposed as a result of VSCA's lobbying activities defined by the Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993. VSCA estimates that the nondeductible portion of your 2014 dues (the portion that is devoted to lobbying)
is 29 percent. 
Almost 1/3 of your membership dues go to lobbying for school counselors in Richmond with the legislators, DOE, and State Board of Education!!!