Welcome to RHL Counseling Department
Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Blair will work with all grade levels (kindergarten - 5th grade). We are both available for all students and families at Round Hill. Please let us know if you need anything throughout the year.
Our school counselors provide a comprehensive, developmentally appropriate program, which provides all students the opportunity for classroom lessons, individual sessions, and/or small group work. We are available to consult and collaborate with families throughout the year. Students can request to visit the counselor by writing a note or having their classroom teacher contact us. Parents may contact their child's counselor by calling 540.751.2450 or sending us an email.
We look forward to a great year!
Round Hill’s School Counseling Department prepares and empowers all learners for today and tomorrow by providing a comprehensive, developmental, and preventative curriculum striving to meet the academic, career, and personal/social needs of all learners. In collaboration with staff, families, and the community, our program fosters a safe, caring, and supportive learning environment that embraces diversity and strives to empower each and every student to make meaningful contributions in regards to their own learning and to the global community.
The vision of Round Hill Elementary School Counseling Program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental, multi-tiered support counseling program that addresses the academic, social, and emotional needs of all students. Through advocacy, leadership, and collaboration, school counselors are student advocates, who provide support to maximize student potential and academic achievement. In partnership with all educational stakeholders, the school counseling program will assist in preparing and empowering each and every student with knowledge and skills necessary to become life-long learners and reach their fullest potential. In addition to being academically prepared, we hope our students are kind and empathetic to those they encounter at school, home, the community and beyond.