Counseling and Student Services

  • Hours: 7:00-3:00pm 

    Phone: (919) 881-4800 
     
     
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  • Support Staff

     

    Ms. Rashunda Jennings - Student Assistance Program Counselor

    Email: rjennings@wcpss.net

    Phone: (919)881-4800 EXT. 24829

     

    Ms. Jasmine Traughber - School Psychologist

    Email: jtraughber@wcpss.net

     

    Ms. Jennifer Brooks - Nurse

    Email: jbrooks2@wcpss.net

     

    Mr. Brian Shaffer - Intervention Coordinator

    Email: bshaffer@wcpss.net

    Phone: (919)881-4800 EXT. 24813

     

    Ms. Traci Claiborne - Career Development Coordinator 

    Email: tclaiborne@wcpss.net

    Phone: (919)881-4800 EXT. 24831

     

    Ms. Mary Ann Norwood - College Financial Aid Advisor

    Email: mnorwood@wcpss.net


  • Office Staff

     

    Ms. Ashley Jackson - Registrar

    Email: arjackson@wcpss.net

    Phone: (919)881-4800 EXT. 24804

     

    Ms. Liduvina Batista -Data Manager

    Email: lbatista@wcpss.net

    Phone: (919)881-4800 EXT. 24801

     

    Ms. Tiffany Jarvis - Receptionist

    Email: tjarvis@wcpss.net

    Phone: (919)881-4800 EXT. 24822

     

    Ms. Le'Tisha Bailey - Attendance

    Email: lcbailey@wcpss.net

    Phone: (919)881-4800 EXT. 24805


  • Student Services Mission and Vision

    Mission Statement: 

    Sanderson Student Services will encourage, educate and empower students to become engaged lifelong learners in a 21st century global world.

    Vision: 

    Sanderson High School Student Services will support student success through the implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program. Through collaboration, instruction and educational opportunities, students will maximize their potential for future success while becoming respectful and responsible citizens who think critically about the world around them. 

     

    Student Services Action

    The Sanderson High School Student Services Department will:

    • Advocate for every student
    • Work with stakeholders to address the personal and academic needs of the student
    • Align our mission and vision to meet the goals outlined in the SHS school improvement plan
    • Evolve our program to the changing needs of the student
    • Actively monitor the academic progress of each student
    • Use data-driven decisions to plan and implement comprehensive programs

     

    Student Services Beliefs

    Beliefs:

    • All students can learn, and we will work together as partners to remove barriers to achieve success
    • Decisions are data-driven using multiple forms of assessment
    • The commitment to continuous school improvement by the Sanderson community is essential to success
    • Learning needs to be active and engaging for students
    • Students should have equal access to support and learning regardless of social, ethnic, cultural, racial and academic backgrounds

     

    All students have the opportunity to work with a professional School Counselor

  • School Counselor Appointment Procedures for Students

    The counselors enjoy working with students on a one-on-one basis. We encourage students to meet their counselor early on in their high school career and build a relationship with them.

    If you would like to speak with your counselor, you will need to sign up for an appointment using the Student Appointment Scheduler. Students should not come to student services during classtime unless they have an appointment or it is an emergency.
     
    The counselor will e-mail you a response and/or send a hall pass for you to come to Student Services during the day to meet. 

     

    School Counselor Appointment Procedures for Parents

    If you wish to speak with your child’s counselor, you may email them or call them at 919-881-4800. If you would like to meet with your child’s counselor in person, we ask that you call or email them and set up a scheduled time to meet ahead of time.

    Although the counselors do their best to be accessible, if you come to the Student Services office without an appointment, there is no guarantee that the counselor will be able to speak with you. Often the counselors have other appointments, are working with students, or may be out of their office due to classroom guidance, testing, or meetings off campus.

    If your child is in crisis and you need urgent assistance, the counselors will make every effort to speak with you or we will arrange for another counselor who is available to assist you and your student.