PKMS Counselors' Corner
Welcome to Our PKMS Counselor Website!
Explore the PKMS Counselors' Website with links to Parent and Student Resources.
What do School Counselors do?
School counselors are advocates for students. They provide support in social/emotional, academic, and career development. Their primary objective is to help students succeed and make positive decisions to support academic and personal development. To accomplish this, they work closely with students, teachers, parents and school administrators. School counselors provide short-term counseling interventions and can help with referrals to community resources for long-term support. If you would like to have a student meet with his or her counselor, please click here.
Meet the Counselors
Mrs. Eaker - Last Names A-G
Mrs. Eaker works with grades 6-8 and last names starting with A-G. She has worked with middle school children for over thirty years - first as a teacher and then got her master’s degree from UNC Charlotte. This is her fourth year at Pleasant Knoll Middle. She and her husband Jon have five children, seven grandchildren, and two golden doodles.
Mrs. Davis - Last Names H-N
Mrs. Davis works with grades 6-8 and last names starting with H-N. She received her undergraduate degree from Emory University and her master’s degree from Wake Forest University. She was a High School Counselor for 15 years and worked in high schools in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina. This is her third year at Pleasant Knoll Middle. She and her husband Alan have two children who attend Pleasant Knoll Middle School and Fort Mill High School.
Mrs. Causey - Last Names O-Z
Mrs. Causey works with students in grades 6-8 and last names beginning with letters O-Z. She received her undergraduate degree from UNC – Chapel Hill and her master’s degree from UNC- Greensboro. This is her third year at PKMS. Previously, Ms. Causey worked four years as a high school counselor in NC and also subbed in the FMSD. She is mom to three adult children who went to Fort Mill Schools and graduated from NFHS.