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Our Counselors

Grade Level Assignments

Ms. Kim Boyle  {email}

Available Tuesday and Thursday and rotating Friday by appointment
  • Kindergarten  
  • First Grade

Ms. Lisa Hunt  {email}

Available Monday through Friday by appointment
  • Fourth Grade 
  • Fifth Grade
  • Kindergarten RTI/504

Ms. Meredith Weitnauer  {email}

Available on Monday through Friday by appointment
  • Second Grade
  • Third Grade 
  • First Grade RTI/504

                                                     Please email or call your counselor if you would like an appointment

Our Beliefs

  • All Sope Creek Elementary School students will be empowered to meet their social/emotional, academic, and career goals.  They will be responsible 21st Century leaders, stewards and ethical citizens.   
  • Our vision for students is based on the beliefs that: 
  • All students have dignity and worth 
  • All students can learn 
  • All students can be responsible members of society who respect themselves and others 
  • All students have the right to participate in a comprehensive and developmentally appropriate school counseling program delivered by state certified school counselors. 
  • All students’ ethnic, cultural, racial, and developmental differences and special needs are valued and considered in planning and implementing the school counseling program. 
  • All students benefit from a strong home/school/community partnership 
  • All students benefit from primary prevention  
  • All students benefit from a risk-free learning environment

Our Mission

The mission of the school counseling program at Sope Creek Elementary School is to provide comprehensive, developmentally appropriate services addressing the academic, career and social/emotional well-being of all students.  We implement a program designed to promote student achievement, responsible and ethical behavior, and personal growth in order to prepare them to meet the challenges of their global generation.  We collaborate with all stakeholders, including teachers, parents, students, and community members to ensure that all students develop the beliefs, knowledge, and skills necessary for success in our changing society.

If this is an emergency, please call 911

Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL):  1-800-715-4225

National Suicide Prevention Line:  988