Welcome to SPARC National
Support Personnel Accountability Report Card

The SPARC is an opportunity to document the impact a school’s Student Support Team is having in supporting the mission of your school site and/or student services program.

It is a voluntary, continuous improvement process that provides Student Support Teams, with the support of their principal, an opportunity to publish a document that identifies key student outcomes achieved through collaborative work.

All grade levels — elementary, middle, high, and adult — will find the SPARC useful for:

  • demonstrating your commitment to preparing students for career and college
  • presenting a self-evaluation of your student support system
  • aligning your school counseling program to the National Standards and Model
  • preparing reports for school accreditation, grants, or awards recognition
  • promoting your program proactively to your school administration, school board, parents/guardians, community partners, and businesses
  • informing your state legislators on how you are aligning your school site work with state and national initiatives.

Please feel free to adapt the SPARC to your school and student support program's needs.

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SPARC at Universities

SPARC has been or is currently included in the professional school counselor training program at these universities:


Upcoming Events and Conferences

School Counselor Central

FREE WEBINAR - School Counseling Success Plan
Monday, June 16, 2014, 4:30-6:00 PM EDT – REGISTER NOW - SPACE IS LIMITED
Learn how to develop a Student Success Plan. The components include the school counseling mission, vision, and values. From the values, identify topics that become the SMART Goals for the school counseling program for the upcoming year.

American School Counselor Association Conference - "Build Magical Futures"
June 29 - July 2, 2014, in Orlando, FL - www.schoolcounselor.org