North Tattnall Elementary School - Angie Costen
South Tattnall Elementary School - Ann Everett
North Tattnall Middle School - Pamela Davis
South Tattnall Middle School - Sherri Anthony
Tattnall County High School Guidance Office
TCHS Guidance Office Webpage
Counselors play a major role in helping students focus on academic, personal, social and career development. They work in the schools to help students achieve success while preparing them to be college and career ready.
These professionals deliver a comprehensive school counseling program. They help students examine their abilities, strengths, interests and talents, focusing on positive ways to enhance students’ personal, educational and career development. They also form partnerships with parents to help them overcome challenges as they raise their children.
All schools in Tattnall County are served by counselors.
School Counseling and Guidance
- Offers guidance and counseling services to ALL students.
- Offers crisis counseling for students who have immediate needs.
- Offers ALL students the opportunity to talk with someone about things that concern or worry them. Everything is confidential unless student
- Believes social skills and emotional development are a process of growth. They change all the time and students sometimes need help adjusting to the changes within themselves.
- Believes helping children become aware of themselves and their needs will prepare them to make responsible choices.
How Does School Counseling Work?
Individual Counseling - A process where a student can discuss issues in a safe, positive, and confidential setting. Topics are based on the needs of the student and may include: feelings, changing families, peer pressure, friends, stress, academics, social skills, academics, bullying, getting along with others, problem-solving, and decision-making.
Small Group Counseling - The counselor invites 5-7 students who share common concerns to meet as a group on a weekly basis. Some of these student concerns may include dealing with anger, making and being a good friend, divorce, death, responding appropriately to adult authority (parents and teachers), etc.
Classroom Guidance/Classroom Counseling - These classroom lessons are regularly scheduled and address personal, social, academic, and career-related needs at the child's developmental level. Topics may include self-esteem, conflict resolution, study skills, anger management, career awareness, tattling/reporting, friendship/social skills, responsibility, respect, teasing/bullying, feelings, cooperation, goal setting/decision-making, and peer pressure.