• Counseling

  • Career Clusters

    The Georgia Department of Education has developed seventeen (17) elementary career awareness activities for local school systems to use as a guide to assist with the implementation of the College and Career Readiness Performance Indicators appropriate for the career awareness and career development indices. Some activities may contain more than one activity to allow for more opportunities to facilitate awareness of the cluster. These activities will assist elementary students with:

    • developing sense of self and areas of interest

    • developing and acquiring positive attitudes

    • developing a sense of career awareness and the relationship with academics and personal interests

    List of Career Clusters:

    Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

    Architecture & Construction

    Arts, A/V Technology & Communications

    Business Management & Administration

    Education & Training



    Government & Public Administration

    Health Science

    Hospitality & tourism

    Human Services

    Information Technology

    Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security



    Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

    Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

  • Guidance Lessons

    Guidance Lessons will cover topics in Academic, Social, and Career Areas.  These lessons will help your child be a more successful student, both academically and socially. 

    Topics that may be covered include: Character Education, Study skills, Bullying Prevention, Friendship, Careers, and Stress Management.

  • Resources

    Battered Women's Shelter

    Phone 404-873-1766

    Child Abuse &  Neglect Report


    Family & Children Services

    Phone 770-995-2100

    Parent's Anonymous

    Phone 404-870-6565

    Phone 800-532-3208

    Southeast Co-op

    Phone 770-985-5229

  • Service Projects


    • Great Days of Service
    • Can Food Drive


    • Angel Tree

  • Small Groups

    Small group counseling is designed to help children work on skills in academics, social, and career areas. Groups are made up of about 6-8 students and are about 6-8 sessions long. The goal of any group that your child may participate in is to help them be more successful both in school and in life.

    Topics in Small Group are dependent on the needs of students, but can include: Friendship Skills, Changing Families, Making Good Choices, Study Skills, Self-Confidence, Resilience, Motivation, & Leadership Skills.

Role of an Elementary School Counselor

Phone: 770-736-4515


Degrees and Certifications:

Emily Moore

Phone: 770-736-6950


Degrees and Certifications:

Tarcheka Peterkin

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