COUNSELING DEPARTMENT STAFF:
Mr. Brendan Sullivan: Counseling Director and Counselor for 8th grade students(email@example.com)
Mr. Jacob Levy: Counselor for 7th grade students (LevyJM@pwcs.edu)
Mrs. Glorie Gentry: Counselor for 6th grade students (Gentrygm@pwcs.edu)
Mrs. Nivia Wukovich: Registrar and Counseling Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mrs. Vicky Castro, MSW: School Social Worker (email@example.com)
Ms. Jamie Gardner: School Psychologist (gardneJC@pwcs.edu)
IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER:
|REPORT CARDS MAILED ON
|November 16, 2016
||October 11, 2016
|February 8, 2017
||December 21, 2016
|April 25, 2017
||March 15, 2017
|Mailed home by June 26, 2017
||May 26, 2017
CURRENT EVENTS & NEWS:
Do you have a rising 9th grader who will be attending WSHS next school year? If so, please plan to attend this very informative event!
Saturday, January 21, 2017
Light Breakfast: 8:30am – 9:00am (Lower Café)
Program Presentation: 9:00am (Auditorium)
Enter the Building through Door 17
Please RSVP to Mrs. Debbie Bardwell
by Thursday January 19th
Important info for 8th grade students:
Explore Your High School Options, Check Out High School Program Opportunities Information Night
Explore Your High School Options
Program Opportunities Information Nights
Battlefield High School, Center for Information Technology
is holding information nights on November 17th and January 12 at 7:00.
Brentsville High School, Cambridge Program is holding information nights on November 16th and January 12 at 7:00.
C.D. Hylton, Center for International Studies and Languages is holding information nights on November 15th and January 12 at 7:00.
Colgan High School, Center for Fine and Performing Arts
, is holding an information night on November 15th at 7:00. Application deadline is December 12, 2016
Forest Park High School, Center for Information and Technology, is holding information nights on November 17th and January 5th at 7:00.
Freedom High School, Center for Environmental and Natural Science, is holding an information night on November 10th at 7:00.
Gar-Field High School, International Baccalaureate Program, is holding an information night on January 17th at 7:00.
Osbourn Park High School, Biotechnology Center
Patriot HS AP Scholars, is holding information nights on November 9th and January 18th at 7:00.
Potomac HS Cambridge Program, is holding information nights on November 17th and January 12th at 7:00.
Stonewall Jackson High School, International Baccalaureate Program is holding information nights on November 17th and January 17th at 7:00.
Woodbridge High School AP Scholars, see your counselor for more information.
View the PWCS Specialty Programs web page
for more information.
For further information or assistance, please call Gifted Education and Special Programs at 703.791.7400
Applications for Colgan Center for Fine and Performing Arts are due December 12th 2016. All other applications are due February 1, 2017.
For Students & Parents:
- Runaway Hotline : (800) 621-4000
- TeleTeen Hotline [3:00-7:00 pm] : (703) 368-8069
- Child Abuse and Neglect : (800) 552-7096
- ACTS : (703) 221-4951
- Turning Points : (703) 221-4951
- Department of Social Services : (703) 792-7500
- Boy Scouts : (301) 530-9360
- Girl Scouts : (800) 523-7898
- Prince William County Park Authority : (703)792-7060
- Dale City Recreation Center : (703) 792-7060
- Prince William Boys and Girls Clubs : (703)670-3311
- Community Services Board : (703) 792-7800
- Prince William County Office on Youth : (703)792-6095
- Parent's Empowerment Network [Help for parents of problem teens] : (703) 670-9075
- Chances for Youth : 1-877-491-2053 or www.chancesforyouth.org
- Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP), to assist parents with basic parenting issues (also taught in Spanish),
- Living Apart Parenting Together (LAPT)), to encourage parents to work out custody and child support situations without putting their children in the middle, and
- When Families Get Angry (WFGA) to understand and constructively deal with anger.
If you would like more information about STEP, LAPT, or WFGA classes,
please call 703-792-6288.
FRED LYNN MIDDLE SCHOOL
BELIEFS, PHILOSOPHY & MISSION STATEMENTS
2016 - 2017
BELIEFS & PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT
The Fred Lynn School Counseling Department’s mission statement aligns with the Fred Lynn Middle School Mission Statement:
Fred Lynn Middle School educates the whole child for a global world.
The school promotes:
- Internationally recognized high expectations in academics.
- A safe and healthy environment.
- Connection to the global society through foreign language study.
- Instruction to meet the needs of diverse learners.
- The Prince William County Public Schools curriculum and Virginia Standards of Learning
Counseling services are centered in a belief that at the core of being a student is an individual growing through their experiences. The counseling program celebrates each person’s uniqueness and supports students as they grow personally, socially, and in their own understanding of who they are. This growth process is supported through instruction in problem solving, increasing awareness of self, and fostering an ability to plan for their future.
The mission of the Fred M. Lynn Middle School Counseling Department aligns with the school mission to prepare our students to “positively confront and resolve challenges with social presence and academic proficiency.” The Fred M. Lynn School Counseling Department is dedicated to working with all stakeholders to meet the academic, career, and personal/social needs of all students. The professional school counseling staff will create a safe and supportive counseling environment and will provide a data driven, developmentally appropriate program to help all students meet their fullest potential.
“United to Provide a Quality Education for Everyone!”