Association Names School Counselors/Advocate of the Year
The Fayette County School Counselors Association has named the 2017 Fayette County School Counselor of the Year for elementary, middle and high school, as well as the Advocate of the Year.
Kelly Hoofnagle of Cleveland Elementary, Janice McElroy of Rising Starr Middle, and Hope Huey of McIntosh High are this year’s school counselor winners.
In addition to naming the school counselors of the year, the Fayette County School Counselors Association also recognizes a person outside of school counseling who has contributed to the success of school counselors throughout the county. This year’s advocate is school social worker, Michelle Martin.
The School Counselor of the Year Award honors the best of the best, counselors who are running a top-notch, comprehensive school counseling program at the elementary, middle and high school level. Nominations for the award are made by fellow counselors, and are based upon the recognition of qualities that include the counselor’s effectiveness, dedication to the position, and the level of support the individual provides to students. Counselors also submit nominations for the person they feel deserves to be named the advocate of the year.
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