Counseling

Meet your Fairplay Counselors

Kim Burdett, M.Ed, ASCA member

7th Grade and 8th grade (A-K)
770-651-5332
K
imberly.Burdett@dcssga.org

I graduated from Mercer University with a teaching degree and then decided to go back to school and get my Masters in School Counseling from Jacksonville State University.  This is my 26th year in education and I am proud to be a Fairplay Jaguar!
  

Sharrisse El Amrani M.A. LPC

6th Grade and 8th grade (L-Z)
770-651-5335
Sharrisse.Elamrani@dcssga.org

I am new school counselor to Fairplay Middle School this year with over 7 years of experience in mental health counseling working with children and adolescents. I am excited to be serving as a support to your students to assist them in both academic and emotional success!



School Counseling Mission Statement
The mission of Fairplay Middle School’s Counseling Department is to advocate for all students and to provide students with a comprehensive and developmentally appropriate counseling program that empowers students to achieve their maximum potential. The program focuses on providing equity and access within an accepting space that encourages the highest level of student achievement through growth in academic, personal/social, and career development. School counselors collaborate with staff, parents, and community members to create a safe and supportive environment in which all students may become responsible learners and decision-makers as they prepare for their future.  

School Counseling Vision Statement

All students from Fairplay Middle School strive for excellence as they become the next generation of leaders.  They are equipped with the tools necessary to advocate for themselves, problem solve, form healthy relationships and be functional contributors to society. They are able to function and adapt within their community using their unique strengths, and talents in which they can strive to be the best version of themselves.