Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Pamela D Peppers
My name is Pamela Peppers and I am the School Counselor at Guilford Elementary School. This is my fifth year as a School Counselor and second year with Guilford County Schools. I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Winston Salem State University. I received my Masters in Education in School Counseling from Liberty University. I am proud to be part of the Cheetah family where our motto is, “I Can and I Will”!
Pamela D. Peppers, M.Ed.
Guilford Elementary School
920 Stage Coach Trail
Greensboro, NC 27410
Phone: (336) 316.5844 ext. 400201
Cell: (336) 860.8288
Fax: (336) 316.5841
MAKING A REFERRAL
Recognizing Warning Signs
Parents & Teachers can look for warning signs of a possible crisis situation by noticing students who are:
- Socially withdrawn
- Isolated/Rejected Victimized
- Disinterested in school
- Violent/Exhibit uncontrolled anger and aggression
Know When To Refer
If you notice that your child/student is not their typical self or seem agitated or disengaged. Students can be referred for counseling regarding academics, personal/social issues, grief, college and career readiness or other issues that seem beyond the scope of a classroom teacher.
Some reasons your student may request to see the school counselor:
- Academic skills support
- College and career exploration
- School adjustment issues
- Coping, problem-solving, decision-making concerns
- Organizational, study and test-taking skills
- Peer relationships and conflict resolution problems
- Divorce, separation and family changes
- Experiencing loss, death and grief
- Crisis situations
- Multicultural/diversity awareness
- School-based and community resources information or referral
Students if you need to contact your school counselor, please complete the Student Referral Request Form .
Staff if you need to refer a student, please complete the Staff Referral Form .
Parents if you need to contact the school counselor, please complete the Parent Referral Form .
Guilford County Schools Student Crisis Hotline
The GCS Student Crisis Hotline operates 7am to midnight, 7 days per week and is staffed by GCS counselors, social workers, school psychologists and those trained to assist students in crisis.
Guilford County Department of Health and Human Services - 1203 Maple Street Greensboro, NC 27405
Emergency Asst: 336-641-3000
- Open to everyone
Disaster or emergency services
Guilford County Schools - Call Center
GCS has established a call center to answer incoming questions from students, parents and the general public. The call center will operate Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. GCS employees, including translators, will staff the center and respond to inquiries about school nutrition, digital learning, health/wellness, special education, and employee relations issues, among other topics.
What is Bullying?
Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time.
If you are a staff member who witnesses bullying or if an incident is reported to you, you are required by GCS to report it to the principal.
When someone reports potential bullying, they will be asked to fill out a form about the incident so it can be investigated. Then, an administrator will speak with the people involved and provide any support that is needed.
Who Do I Report Bullying To?
Principal - Mr. McMillian
Assistant Principal - Mrs. Hesman
School Counselor - Mrs. Peppers
How Do I Report Bullying?
6th Grade Registration Information
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