Meet Our Counselor
Mrs. Elizabeth Miller has been a school counselor since 2006. She earned her Bachelors degree in Psychology from Berry College and both her Masters and Specialist degrees from The University of Georgia. She works with students Kindergarten through 5th grade. She has two little girls, Lily and Rosie, and loves to read in her spare time.
The mission statement of Freeman’s Mill Elementary School Counseling Program is to reduce barriers to academic achievement and encourage excellence in all students by promoting academic, personal and social, and career development.
Freeman’s Mill Elementary School Counseling Department will encourage excellence by providing guidance, support, and responsive services to all students, thus fostering the development of lifelong learners and respectful citizens.
COVID-19 Information & Resources
Below you will find some helpful links and information regarding COVID-19, as well as, organizations providing assistance to families during this time.
Please take a moment and read the letter below from our school counselor, Elizabeth Miller.
Tips For Parents
Tips For Improving Your Child's Behavior During Digital Learning Days
Counseling ServicesFreeman's Mill School Counseling program closely aligns with the American School Counselor Association's model. A comprehensive counseling program includes several pieces. The school counselor teaches core curriculum counseling lessons to grades K-5. These lessons are designed to teach academic, college, and career readiness, and social/emotional skills. Additionally, Mrs. Miller offers several small group opportunities throughout the year, with a focus on resiliency and study skills. She also meets with individuals as needed and provides crisis intervention services as well.
Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (C.H.A.D.D.) is an organization for the support of parents to better the lives of individuals with attention deficit disorder
Gwinnett County Public Libraries offers Homework Help at many locations
Georgia Special Needs Scholarship/SB10 - Parents of Special Needs students may contact the special education department for questions regarding Georgia Special Needs Scholarship/SB10 and refer to the GCPS special education website to access the notification letter and application form.
Tutors - Freeman's Mill
Freeman's Mill Staff Members Offering Tutoring ServicesThis is a resource list for parents interested in hiring a private tutor. Freeman’s Mill Elementary does not specifically promote anyone who is listed. All arrangements regarding schedule and fees are made through the tutor and parents.
If you are interested in tutoring for your child, you may contact the staff members listed below using the email address provided. A teacher cannot tutor a child in her/his classroom.NAME
CONTACT INFO SUBJECT AREAS Melissa Benedict email@example.com K-5 Katie Burrows firstname.lastname@example.org K-5; All Subjects Nikki Buxton email@example.com K-5; All Subjects Donna Daugherty firstname.lastname@example.org K-5; All Subjects Phoebee Domercant email@example.com K-2; All Subjects Nicole Gogolinski firstname.lastname@example.org K-5; All subjects Tina Gooch email@example.com K-5; All Subjects Kathy Haines firstname.lastname@example.org K-3; All Subjects Jennifer Hemphill email@example.com K-4; All Subjects Anna Mackner firstname.lastname@example.org K-3; All Subjects Holli Peck email@example.com K-5; All Subjects Cassie Reece firstname.lastname@example.org K-2; Reading, Writing, Math Sandy Sproles email@example.com K-2; Reading, Writing, Math Emmet Walsh firstname.lastname@example.org 3-5; Math Melanie Walsh email@example.com K-5; All Subjects Lauren Williams firstname.lastname@example.org K-5; Language Arts Reading Recovery trained Kara York email@example.comK-2, Reading, Writing, Math