A Little Bit About Your School Counselor
When I finished my undergraduate degree at the University of Richmond, I worked as a P.E. teacher and coach (of several sports) at Greensboro Day School. After two years, I decided to attend UNCG's counseling program to become a school counselor. My first job was at Rockingham Senior High School. As soon as there was an elementary position available, I accepted a position as the school counselor at Florence Elementary School. It was at that school that I realized my niche was working with elementary-age children. After five years at Florence Elementary, I went to work as Director of Counseling and Student Services at Guilford Day School (a private school grades 3-12 for students who are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD or learning differences.) I worked there for four years and then left to work as a trainer in the corporate world. I loved the new experience of working with and training adults at CellularOne; however, I began to miss working with children. In March of 1998, I returned to the world of counseling children by accepting a position at Stokesdale Elementary. I feel honored to work here. Our Stokesdale Vikings are well-behaved, bright, and very sweet. Thank you Stokesdale students for giving me such a beautiful life with purpose. I hope every child can look back on their years at Stokesdale with much happiness and pride.
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