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MSCA Ed Ailor Award
Ed Ailor was the Guidance Supervisor for the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education from 1965-1983. He worked in the education field in different capacities for over 45 years. He was an advocate for counseling programs throughout the state and nation. Ed was someone who had compassion, respect for others, and never knew a stranger. He died in March, 1999, but will be remembered forever by his peers, friends, and Missouri Counselors.

The Missouri School Counselor Association would like to continue honoring this outstanding individual by presenting an ED AILOR MEMORIAL AWARD to a retired or emeritus MSCA counselor. This recipient would emulate the energy, support, and love which Ed Ailor exemplified throughout his life. The primary qualifier for selection of this award would be leadership of the MSCA organization.
Ed Ailor Award

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GYSBERS EXEMPLARY SCHOOL COUNSELING PROGRAM
This Designation is intended to recognize Missouri school districts or buildings that have demonstrated the commitment to pursue full implementation of the Missouri Comprehensive School Counseling Program, and may also be used to apply for the ASCA RAMP Award. The decision to apply for this designation should be made by the building or district after completion and analysis of the results of the Internal Improvement Review (IIR). Documents must use Font Type: Arial and Font Size: 12 with no more than 200 words per section. One copy of the Gysbers Exemplary School Counseling Program Narrative, the building or district IIR and the IIR Program Improvement Plan must be uploaded as one PDF by the first Monday in September for the year applying.

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Counselor Advocate, Director of School Counseling and/or Supervisor/Administrator of the Year Awards
MSCA honors a Counselor Advocate, Director of School Counseling, and/or Supervisor/Administrator of the Year who has demonstrated exceptional support for the field of school counseling and/or for counselors supervised. The honorees for Counselor Advocate may be administrators, parents, community members and/or counselor educators. Honorees for Director of School Counseling must be individuals who are district directors/coordinators of school counseling. Honorees for Supervisor/Administrator must be individuals who supervise and evaluate school counselors. Nominees for the state award must have received their MSCA District award to be considered.
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