Counselors honored by Sampson Schools


Counselors from Sampson County Schools were recently honored for their contributions.


The Sampson County Schools Board of Education recently honored counselors for their service to students.

National School Counseling Week was held Feb. 6 through Feb. 10. The theme was “School Counseling: Helping Students Realize Their Potential.” The purpose of National School Counseling Week is to spread awareness to the unique contributions of counselors.

The recognition is sponsored by the American School Counselor Association, highlights the impact counselors have in helping students achieve and plan for the future.

Counselors are Kathy Williamson, Hobbton Elementary;Chandra Hardison, Union Elementary; April Williams, Hargrove Elementary; Blair Colglazier, Union Intermediate; Christine Brewington,Hobbton Middle; Kent Tyndall, Union Middle; Katie Vann, Hobbton High; Taylor DeLeone, Union High; Stephanie Goethie,Hobbton High;Jessica Eason, Roseboro Elementary;Tammy Honeycutt, Clement Elementary; Deborah Melvin-Dupree, Salemburg Elementary; Christan Jackson, Midway Elementary;Bessie Locus, Roseboro-Salemburg Middle; Shannon Williams,Plainview Elementary; Cynthia Wood, Lakewood High;Misty McLamb,Midway Middle;Jessica Tyndall, Sampson Early College High;Larinda Haight, Midway High; and Karen Sinclair,C.E. Perry.

Counselors from Sampson County Schools were recently honored for their contributions.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_counselors.jpgCounselors from Sampson County Schools were recently honored for their contributions.
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