• 2019 - 2020 Stone Hill Middle School
    School Counseling Department
     
    Welcome to the School Counseling page for Stone Hill Middle School.  We are here to provide support in the areas of academic, personal/social, and career development.   

     
    If you need to contact your child's counselor, please feel free to do so at the e-mail address listed below or at (703) 957-4420.
     
     
     
    Sarah O'Brien
     Lead Counselor
     Special Education and EL Students 
     
    Jennifer Alberth
    6th Grade Counselor
     
    Monique Haislip
     7th Grade Counselor
     
    Ann Barrett
    8th Grade Counselor
     
    Rochon Moore-Bumgardner
    School Social Worker
     
     
    The middle school guidance and counseling program is designed to assist students during the sixth through eighth grade transitional period. Counselors play an integral part in the education of all students by focusing on academic, personal and career developmental tasks. Our focus as school counselors is to support students throughout the school day. Counselors work with students individually, in small groups and in the classroom.
     
    A primary goal is to help each student become a responsibile, self-directed individual, able to make adequate personal decisions. Reaching this goal is not a singular effort. It involves consultation by the counselor with students, teachers, parents, administrators and educational specialists.
     
     
    *Please be aware that there has been a name change in the designation for Guidance Counselors. The new title of School Counselor more accurately reflects the wide range of services provided. The change to School Counselors reflects the current terminology being used by the Virginia Department of Education Office of Licensure.
     
    These services include but are not limited to:
    • Academic and Vocational counseling
    • Long range academic planning
    • Small group counseling that addresses social-emotional issues that impact learning
    • Assisting in the implementation of efforts to address safe school initiatives (PBIS, Safe School Ambassadors, & Peer Helpers
    • Support and provide information for parents, collaborate with other school professionals to enhance student opportunities for volunteer activities and scholarship competitions
    • Interact with community groups and agencies to promote awareness of school initiatives and needs
    • Support for teachers, administrators, students and families 
     
Last Modified on July 16, 2019