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    Hi! This is my seventh  year working as a school counselor at Moorefield Station, and I continue to love being a SHARK.  I will be working with students in Kindergarten, Second and Fourth Grade  this year.  I graduated from the University of North Carolina with a Master's in Counseling and have been involved in the field of education and counseling since that time.  I've been working in Loudoun County Public Schools as a counselor for 17 years.  I began at Hutchison Farm Elementary in South Riding.  Before working at MSE, I was the school counselor at three small schools in western Loudoun:  Aldie, Banneker, and Middleburg.  I enjoy living in Purcellville, VA with my husband Chris and our golden/collie mix, Chloe, and our affectionate cat, Zaz.  My husband and I have four children, Ben, Jessalyn, Emily, and Sam. I also have a son-in- law, Adam, a daughter-in-law, Jacki and am a proud grandmother to two year old Caroline.  In my free time, I love reading, everything artistic, and traveling with my family. 


    Kimberly Kenny
    My name is Kimberly Kenny. This will be my fifth year as a school counselor in Loudoun County. I have a master’s degree in counselor education from Virginia Tech and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from George Mason University. Prior to becoming a school counselor, I worked in community mental health for several years. Most recently, I was a middle school counselor for four years at Mercer Middle School.

    When I am not at school, you can find me spending quality time with my family and dog, Chance. We enjoy snow sports, running, cooking and photography.

    I will be working with students in grades 1, 3, and 5 this year. My role as a school counselor is to support students’ academic success, career exploration, and social/emotional growth during this time. I provide individual and small group counseling as well as classroom lessons to help students reach their maximum potential. In addition to working directly with students, I collaborate with parents, teachers, administration, and other stakeholders in the community in order to ensure students receive the support they need to achieve and accomplish their goals.

    I strongly believe in a team approach and I am excited to partner with you and your child this year. I would enjoy the opportunity to learn more about your child’s individual needs. Please feel free to contact me by phone or email at Kimberly.Kenny@lcps.org if you have any questions or concerns. I would be HAPPY to help!


    Tracy Petersen

    I am Mrs. Peterson and I consider myself very fortunate to be one of your School Counselors at Moorefield Station Elementary School! I will be working with students in grades 2 and 3 this year.

    I completed my undergraduate degree at GMU and my Masters in Counseling at VT Go Hokies!!  I have lived in Loudoun County for 20 years with my husband and 3 children. I love living in Loudoun County! Elementary school is such an interesting time for kids and their families I consider it an honor to be a part of the transformative years leading up to high school and beyond.

    There are several ways you can get in touch with me:

    Email me at tracy.peterson@lcps.org – or- Call 571-252-2380

    Your child can leave me a note, there are forms on the outside of my door, I will get back with your child as soon as I possibly can.

    Although my door is always open, it is best for parents to make an appointment ahead of time so I can be sure to set aside time to help you.

    Showing up unannounced most often ends up with me being unavailable.  So email or call me first so we can set aside the time!