All students are assigned a grade level counselor according to their homeroom. The counselor/psychologist works closely with the classroom staff to support student learning and behavioral challenges. Counselors greet students each morning as they enter school/class for an informal check in. Group and Individual counseling are provided to students per their IEP. Counseling topics are aligned with state standards based on grade level social emotional benchmarks. These include but are not limited to self-awareness, bully prevention, academic behaviors, social skills and career/college readiness. Our small counselor to student ratio makes it possible for students to interact daily with their counselor. Counselors are easily accessible to both students and parents. They frequently provide immediate support to students who may become dysregulated or require “crisis intervention”.
Lifeguard Certification Program
The Greenburgh Eleven UFSD has implemented a Lifeguard program that involves key steps to ensure the safety of students and the success of our students. The program complies with local, state, and federal regulations regarding lifeguard certification,training, and safety standards to ensure that the lifeguard program adheres to the
requirements set by the school district or educational institution.
Student lifeguard candidates are enrolled in an accredited lifeguard certification course. This training typically includes CPR, first aid, water rescue techniques, and pool safety
Students practice work-based learning by interning at the Children's Village Barbershop.
Drama Free! is a comprehensive theater arts and education program, led by professionally trained actor and Greenburgh Eleven graduate, Shabaya Clark, designed to help young people use “Drama” to break “Free!” from life’s issues and develop a positive and empowering outlet to create new possibilities, engage in creative expression, artistic genius, and foster character development within the scope of theater arts.