Corley's Counselors

This picture shows Corley's counselors who are Ms. Cunningham and Ms. Huston

Meet Our Counselors

Mrs. Jeanna Cunningham

Phone: 770-806-7873

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Mrs. Jeanna Cunningham

This is my 8th year as a counselor at Corley and I enjoy working with students on developing their self-efficacy skills so they can reach their academic and personal potential Prior to counseling, I worked for 17 years with children with autism/Asperger's, learning disabilities, and emotional/behavior challenges. When I'm not at Corley, I enjoy spending time with my husband, Oliver, and singing/playing piano.

Mrs. Joanie Huston

Phone: 770-806-7876

Email:

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Mrs. Joanie Huston

Hello! My name is Joanie Huston. I'm happy to be a School Counselor at Corley! This is my eleventh year as a counselor. I taught special education students for seven years before becoming a school counselor. I love to encourage students, help them make friends and feel important. Building relationships with teachers and parents is necessary for students to be successful. I love what I do!  Kids are awesome! I enjoy being outside, spending time with my family, and cooking.

What are school counselors and what do they do?

  • School counselors are certified educators who are specifically trained to address the academic, personal/social and career development needs of their students. School counselors are in schools to help students with anything which helps them to be successful in school. School counselors provide classroom guidance lessons, individual counseling, and small group counseling.

Who do school counselors help?

  • School counselors are here to support everyone in the Corley Elementary School Community. School counselors are here to help students, families, parents, teachers, and staff. 

When should you call your student’s school counselor?

    • When your student is having difficulty learning.
    • When there are family changes that are interfering with their progress in school.
    • When you would like to know about community resources and agencies of your student or family.