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Counselor's Mission Statement: As your School Counselor I will help you lift your anchor, help you steer your ship, find your direction when you get off course and find your path in life. Let me be your lighthouse!
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!
- 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.