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Counselors support students in their efforts to learn and assist them in their social and emotional growth. The thrust of our program is to impact students’ lives through intervention and prevention services through the implementation of a comprehensive developmental guidance program.

 

Counselors connect with all students in a variety of ways:

  • Individually
  • Small Groups
  • Classroom Lessons

Support is available to parents in their efforts to address their child’s development, behavior, or progress in school through conferences, workshops, or our parent lending library. Parents may request materials or make appointments for conferences by telephoning the school office.

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Rick Masters
3rd and 5th Grade Counselor

 


 

Susan Goff
1st Grade Counselor

 


Charlotte Gray
Kindergarten, 2nd, and 4th Grade Counselor

This is my first year as a Midway Mustang, and I am super excited about working with parents, teachers, and other support staff as we empower each child to design their future.

I have worked as a school counselor for seven years in Richland School District 2; and before that, I was a classroom teacher in the 4th, 3rd, and 2nd grades.  I attended the College of Charleston where I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education, and then attended Clemson University where I earned a Masters degree in Guidance and Counseling.

I am married to wonderful and supportive husband, and we have three children.  Chase is a sophomore at The Citadel, Grace is a freshman at College of Charleston, and Isabel is a freshman in high school.  We enjoy boating on the beautiful Lake Murray, and other family activities together.  In my spare time I enjoy reading, doing yard work, and playing tennis.

I love working with children and helping them discover their unique gifts, and how to use their best qualities to be successful.  I can’t wait to meet and get to know all of the children and families of Midway as we learn and grow together.