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Celebrate School Counseling Week! Please click on the link to see the how much our counselors are appreciated:

Want to sign up for your school counselor? Need to report an unkind incident? Worried about the safety of a classmate? 
Please see this link to make an electronic appointment request or report an incident. Please note that these google forms are only monitored during school hours.

The mission of the Robious Middle School Counseling program, in partnership with educators, families, and community members, is to provide services which enhance all students’ academic, personal/social, and career development. School counselors empower all students to become life- long learners and responsible, productive adults who can adapt to and thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Beliefs and Philosophy
  • All students can achieve and deserve access to the most rigorous curriculum
  • All students’ individual differences and special needs will be taken in consideration in planning and implementing the school counseling program
  • All students have the right to be treated with dignity and respect at school and have access to school counselors throughout the school year
  • All students deserve a counselor who can serve as a change agent to advocate for students needs and results

The Robious Middle school Counseling Program:
Provides a program based on ASCA National Standards and Virginia State Standards
Provides a program planned by the counseling department and stakeholders
Combines community resources for program delivery
Uses data to drive program development, evaluation, and impact
The Robious Middle School Counselors will participate in professional development as well as follow ethical standards.

Each student at middle and high school is assigned a school counselor to aid them in their transition from elementary school as well as choosing courses and applying to Specialty Centers for High School. Counselors at Robious Middle School are assigned by last name as follows for the 2018-2019 academic year:

Dr. Lauren Wynne (Coordinator)                                 CBG 6-8
Melanie Smith                                                            8th Grade
Elizabeth Farner                                                        7th Grade
Amy Webster                                                             6th Grade
Denise Cushman                                                         School Counseling Secretary