The Georgia School Counselor Association recently named Michelle Stevens the 2019 Georgia School Counselor of the Year.
The award-winning counselor serves students at Kemp Elementary School. She was selected as Georgia’s Counselor of the Year because of her school counseling innovations, effective school counseling programs, leadership and advocacy skills, and contributions to student achievements.
“Michelle represents the best of school counseling within Cobb County and the state of Georgia. However, she is still constantly challenging herself and others to grow, develop, and inspire students in new ways each and every day,” said Dr. Melisa Marsh, Cobb County School District School Counseling Supervisor.
As the winner of Georgia’s Counselor of the Year program, Stevens was recognized at the American School Counselor Association meeting in Washington, D.C.
“We are so fortunate to have Michelle Stevens as a school counselor at Kemp Elementary. Her loving, proactive, student-centered approach has a positive impact on our students and community each and every day. We are excited to celebrate with her as she is recognized as Georgia’s School Counselor of the Year,” said Kemp Principal Shea Thomas.
This week, schools across the country are celebrating National School Counseling Week 2019. Join them and thank a school counselor, like Michelle Stevens, who positively impact students each and every day.