Contact Person: Clarence Jones
The School Probation Counselor (SPC) program provides supervision and counseling for students who are under court supervision or who are deemed to be at high risk for court involvement, and helps monitor the behavior of these students. The SPC are FCPS employees, and their daily presence in the schools allows them to develop close mentoring relationships with the students under their supervision. Students in the program report on a weekly basis to their SPC to discuss their behavior and attendance. Student participation and success are closely monitored, with weekly documentation of response to interventions, input from the Court's probation officers, and the student's teachers.
In partnership with FCPS, Fairfax County
Juvenile Detention Center covers 50.0 percent of the total cost per year for the school probation counselor
supplementary salaries (reimbursements to FCPS not to exceed $50,000). The FY 2011 budget for the
FCPS portion of school probation counselor supplementary salaries totals $39,611 and is unchanged from
Additional information can be found at the following link, page 188,