• Woodland Middle School

    Counseling Department

    Go Wolfpack! 

    Our mission is to provide equal access to a data-driven comprehensive school counseling program that promotes equity and success for all. We strive to provide a program that provides developmentally appropriate activities including individual, small group counseling, and school counseling curriculum lessons that will support the academic, career, and social-emotional development of students. We want to maximize our students' potential and inspire all students to strive for academic excellence.  

     

    Our vision is that all students possess the knowledge and skills necessary to become productive and contributing members of society. Through participation in our comprehensive school counseling program, our students maximize their potential for academic excellence as lifelong learners who are prepared to master their postsecondary goals. Our students demonstrate strength of character and are fully equipped with knowledge, skills, and attitudes to successfully lead our fast-paced global society. 

      

    Counselors are also available to meet with parents/guardians by appointment.  

    Phone 770-389-2774

    Fax 770-389-2780

     

    Georgia guidelines for child safety

     

    HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT IN MIDDLE SCHOOL 

     

    Students in Henry County have the opportunity to earn high school credit in a number of classes while still attending middle school. Woodland Middle School offers GSE Algebra, High School Spanish I, and Comprehensive Visual Art I. Find out more here.

      

     

    Counseling Department Personnel

     

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    Jennifer Reed

      Counseling Secretary

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    Erin Bundrige

    School Counselor 

    6th Grade & Team 702 

    Email Mrs. Bundrige

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    Jeff Miller

    School Counselor

    8th Grade & Team 701 

    Email Mr. Miller

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    Kate Whitley

               Graduation Coach          

    Intervention for At-risk Students/Retainees

    Email Mrs. Whitley