Degrees and Certifications:
GES Counseling Program
Ellen Irvine, Counselor for K, 2nd, and 4th Grades
Phone: 379-3561 Email: email@example.com
Kimberly Mauldin, Counselor for 1st, 3rd, and 5th Grades
Phone: 379-3562 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are here to assist students with career, academic, and social/emotional success.
The students think of us as their adult friend in the building.
Classroom Counseling: We teach lessons in the counseling classroom throughout the year. Our lessons focus ontopics such as feelings, bullying, friendships, respect of self and others, careers, good character traits, problem-solving skills, and conflict resolution skills.
Individual Counseling: We help students understand themselves and others.
Small Groups: We offer small groups to students who need help with the same topic, such as family changes,social skills, self-control, study skills, and anger management.
How can my child see a counselor? Parents, teachers, and students may request counselor services. Parents mayemail or phone the counselor. Students may let their teachers know when they need to see the counselor. Administrators and teachers also make referrals.
Other school counseling activities include organizing events such as Red Ribbon Week, the Big Brother and Big Sister program, the Annual Food Drive, and State-wide Testing.
Click here for the counselors' Recipe for Respect.