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Thank a Counselor and Help Celebrate National School Counseling Week

Dear Faculty and staff,

February 5th-9th is National School Counseling Week. This year's theme "School Counseling: Helping Students Reach for the Stars" spotlights the unique contributions of school counselors within school systems nationwide. National School Counseling Week, sponsored by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), highlights the tremendous impact school counselors have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career. Today's school counselors are vital members of the education team.

Please join me in thanking our school counselors for their dedication and commitment to our students. They work tirelessly to meet our students' needs.

Natasha Davis - Lakeview Primary

Kimberly Harrison - Lakeview Academy

Kendall Griffin - Midway Academy

Tamara Richardson - Oak Hill MS

Melisande Jackson - Oak Hill MS

LaKondrea Campbell - Oak Hill MS

Charlesetta Hurt - Baldwin High HS

Anita Jones-Nobles - Baldwin High HS

Lakeshia Jackson - Baldwin HS

David Sallad- Baldwin High HS

Below is a list of ways to show your appreciation.

  • Have students create posters thanking our counselors.

  • Have students make “thank you” cards to give to our counselors.

  • Make “thank you” announcements over the school public address system during the AM and PM time frame.

  • Make a “thank you” card from the school staff.

  • Provide a "goodie bag" for each counselor at your school in recognition of National School Counseling Week.

Please take time out of your busy day to let your counselor(s) know that you appreciate the job that they do.

We will be recognizing our school counselors at this month’s board meeting. I hope you will join me in sharing our heartfelt appreciation for what they do each and every day.

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