Counseling Department Staff



Name Title Email
 Mr. Brendan Sullivan  Counseling Director  sullivbm@pwcs.edu
 Ms. Meredith Kehoe  8th Grade Counselor  KehoeMA@pwcs.edu
 Mrs. Glorie Gentry   7th Grade Counselor  GentryGM@pwcs.edu
 Mr. Jay Levy  6th Grade Counselor  LevyJM@pwcs.edu
Ms. Fabiola Lopez Registrar and Counseling Secretary lopezfe@pwcs.edu
Ms. Cassandra Griffin School Social Worker casongc@pwcs.edu
Ms. Kristen Habrack School Psychologist HabracK@pwcs.edu

 

Nearpod Lessons:

 

Counseling Resources

For Students & Parents

  • Runaway Hotline : (800) 621-4000
  • TeleTeen Hotline [3-7 p.m.] : (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

Tutoring

Parenting Classes

  • 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.

Beliefs, Philosophy, & Mission Statement 2021

  
Vision Statement

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.  

Mission Statement

 The mission of the counselors at Fred Lynn Middle School is to provide high quality, comprehensive school counseling services to all students. Under the framework of the ASCA National Model, our counseling program is in place to help all students develop career pathways, achieve academically, and grow their own personal and social efficacy. The program exists to help students become world citizens capable of pursuing their own happiness and success, while being responsible members of the greater society. Through the delivery of focused educational experiences and interventions counselors build personal capabilities, reduce gaps in achievement among student groups, and foster the student’s ability to make positive decisions.