Local Concern Hotline: 540-459-4742 Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741 All numbers provided above are anonymous and confidential 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.

If you would like to set up an appointment with your child's school counselor, please go fill out the Google Form on the counselor's schoology course.

Meet Your Counselors

7 months ago

Megan Hopkins

Grades K and 1


Ashley Stovall

Grades 2 and 3



Galatea (Kibler) Flugel

Grades 4 and 5


Career Readiness

It is important to teach students as young as kindergarten about different careers! Visit Virginia Career View for more information:


7 months ago

Bullying is:

  • When someone purposely hurts someone else,

  • It happens over and over

  • The person being bullied feel scared or powerless like there is nothing they can do to stop it.

If the problem does not contain all three things then it is probably an accident, argument, or mean moment.

By Amanda E. Weaver

How we can help W.W. Robinson students!

7 months ago

Classroom Lessons

We meet with each homeroom once a month.  During this time we focus on academic, social/emotional, and career skills. We will teach friendship skills, respecting differences, making healthy choices, study skills, safety, and 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 and occur during lunch time.  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.