• The 2017-2018 school year will be Mrs. Alberth's 21st year as a middle school counselor in Loudoun County and her 9th year at Stone Hill Middle.  She is very excited to continue working with the students and families that started with her as sixth graders last year as well as meeting all of our new students this year! 
    Mrs. Alberth received her Bachelor of Arts dual degree in Psychology and Health and Human Services at the University of Buffalo.  She worked for a year at a residential facility in the Buffalo area as a counselor, and then returned to the University at Buffalo for her Masters in School Counseling.  After moving to the Northern Virginia area, Mrs. Alberth worked in the Sterling, VA area for over a decade before moving to the Ashburn area. 
    This year Mrs. Alberth will continue to work with the Stone Hill counseling department to apply for RAMP, or the Recognized American School Counseling Model.  Our department worked very hard last year and over this summer to complete many of the pieces to that application.  She is very excited about that process this year!
    This year Mrs. Alberth will be working with our 7th graders in the areas of academics, career exploration, and social/emotional concerns.  Mrs. Alberth will be focusing on the transition to middle school for any seventh graders new to Stone Hill and the middle school setting.  This includes helping students to make new friends, working through peer conflicts, discussing incidences of mistreatment and how to address those, and working with students, parents, and teachers to ensure student success in the classroom environment. 
    Mrs. Alberth works with students in classrooms, small groups and individually.  This is a collaborative effort that involves consultation with parents, teachers, and students.    Please do not hesitate to call or email her with any concerns or questions or to set up a parent/teacher conference.  She can be reached at (703) 957-4420, or jennifer.alberth@lcps.org
Last Modified on October 23, 2017