SCS counselors recognized


Sampson County Schools recognized counselors for their work with the U.S. Department of Education’s Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The Board of Education recognized Brittney Best, Shirley Asor-Sallah, Kembrie Farrow, and B. G. Kennedy. School officials said the counselors provided an additional layer of support for student, staff members, and parents in the areas of guidance, counseling services, school climate, and the development of student assistance teams.


Sampson County Schools recognized counselors for their work with the U.S. Department of Education’s Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The Board of Education recognized Brittney Best, Shirley Asor-Sallah, Kembrie Farrow, and B. G. Kennedy. School officials said the counselors provided an additional layer of support for student, staff members, and parents in the areas of guidance, counseling services, school climate, and the development of student assistance teams.

Sampson County Schools recognized counselors for their work with the U.S. Department of Education’s Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The Board of Education recognized Brittney Best, Shirley Asor-Sallah, Kembrie Farrow, and B. G. Kennedy. School officials said the counselors provided an additional layer of support for student, staff members, and parents in the areas of guidance, counseling services, school climate, and the development of student assistance teams.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_SCS-Recognition.jpgSampson County Schools recognized counselors for their work with the U.S. Department of Education’s Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Program. The Board of Education recognized Brittney Best, Shirley Asor-Sallah, Kembrie Farrow, and B. G. Kennedy. School officials said the counselors provided an additional layer of support for student, staff members, and parents in the areas of guidance, counseling services, school climate, and the development of student assistance teams.
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