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How we can help W.W. Robinson students!

Classroom Lessons

We meet with each home-room once a month.  We will cover various social-emotional learning topics such as friendship skills, respecting differences, making healthy choices, study skills, safety, career development. This year, we will be teaching lessons from the MindUp curriculum.

Small Groups

Small groups are a good way to work with students who have similar needs.  The groups generally meet for 6 - 8 weeks.  Some groups we may run are social skills, self-control, study skills, family changes, coping strategies, etc. We require parental permission if a small group is recommended for a child.


Some students may need more individual support to help them with a specific area of concern.  We welcome referrals from school staff, parents, and community agency personnel. School counselors are not clinically licensed; and therefore, cannot diagnose students. We can make recommendations for licensed therapists in the community or surrounding area.  

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W.W. Robinson Elementary

    1231 SUSAN AVE


(540) 459-5992
According to Policy GBA/JFHA, the SCPS School Board is committed to maintaining an educational environment and workplace that is free from discrimination and harassment. In accordance with the law, the Board prohibits discrimination and harassment against students, employees, or others on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, race, color, national origin, disability, religion, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, status as a veteran, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law or based on a belief that such characteristic exists, hereinafter referred to as a protected group status, at school or any school sponsored activity. Any student or school personnel who believes he or she has been the victim of or has witnessed discrimination or harassment by a student, school personnel or a third party should report the alleged incident to one of the compliance officers or to any school personnel. The Title IX Compliance Officers to contact regarding compliance issues associated with this discrimination and harassment policy are:
Dr. David Hinegardner, Asst Superintendent of Administrative Services and Strategic Planning, (540) 459-6708, email - or Ms. Linda C. Hodges, Director of Human Resources, (540) 459-6743, email -
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