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    D.M. THERRELL

     

    THERRELL HIGH SCHOOL

     
    School Counseling Department 
    2018-2019

    The School Counseling Department serve students utilizing a Grade Level & Alphabet Surname Model.  The Alphabet Surname Model allow school counselors to serve students across grade levels based on their surname; permitting counselors to serve a caseload of students as they matriculate through high school.

    9TH GRADE & 11TH GRADE COUNSELOR (A-K)

    MR. MACARTHER RANDOLPH

    EMAIL: mrandolph@atlanta.k12.ga.us

    PHONE: 404-802-

    10TH GRADE & 11TH GRADE COUNSELOR (L-Z)

    MRS. Y. JONES

    EMAIL: ymjones@atlanta.k12.ga.us

    PHONE: 404-802-5370

    12TH GRADE COUNSELOR

    MRS. T. JOHNSON-GALLOWAY

    EMAIL: tjgalloway@atlanta.k12.ga.us

    PHONE: 404-802-5313

     

    School Counseling at D.M. Therrell High School

    The main aspects of our school counseling program include: individual student planning/counseling, group counseling, classroom guidance, parent consultations and teacher consultations. We will be visiting classrooms to conduct classroom guidance on a variety of topics from stress management to graduation requirements. Parents, please encourage your student to see us about individual and group counseling opportunities. Also, please feel free to contact us with any questions and/or concerns regarding your student's success at D.M. Therrell High School.
     
    School Counseling Mission Statement
     
    To empower all learners to lead quality lives in the present and future by facilitating opportunities for the development of positive self-image, strong career awareness, social and academic learning skills.
     
    Statement Philiosphy
     
    It is only with assistance in their development, especially when faced with environmental challenges such as poverty, crime and violence characteristic of the urban setting that can we foster the love of learning while meeting the challenges of the future with an unwavering commitment to our students.

    Through a comprehensive developmental counseling program students will become equipped with the tools they will need to solve problems, set and achieve goals, direct change, and become fully functioning members of society.