My Name is Gina. Crabtree. This is my 18th year in the Education Profession. I have been proudly serving as McNeill's Guidance Counselor for 10 years. Prior to that, I worked as a teacher for Exceptional Children. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Exceptional Childhood Education as well as a Masters and Rank I in School Counseling Being a School Counselor has been the most fulfilling experience professionally. I was awarded the Title of Kentucky School Counselor of the Year in 2013 and then in 2014 went on to be a semi-finalist for the Natiaonal School Counselor of the Year in Washington, DC. I am committed to helping children learn what it takes to be a person of character, leadership, and grow as individuals. If I can be of help to you in any way, please contact me. My door is always open. I look forward to another great year with your children. Thank you for sharing them with us!
Visit my blog at www.crabtreecounseling.blogspot.com
Counselor's Mission Statement: An emotionally well child can excell in leadership, academic success, and positive social relationships.
- Classroom Guidance Weekly
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Test Result Interpretation
- Referals to Outside Agencies
- KPREP Testing Coordinator
- Primary Pals Coordiantor
- 504 Caseload Manager
- ECE Coordiantor
1. What is the Best way to talk with my child's Counselor?
If you would like to meet with me, you can contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call me at 270-746-2260 or fill out the form to let me know you'd like to meet.
2. What is the best way for my child to talk with his/her counselor?
Students are able to make an appointment to see me at any time the teacher feels is best, so as not to miss out on instruction. If I am not available, there are notes on my mailbox next to my office so that students can leave me a note. Students are taught this procedure in the first few weeks of school.