The Counseling Department is here to support our students. We offer many initiatives to help our students be the best that they can be for our school, our community, and themselves. Some of the initiatives currently in place are the Character Trait of the Month, the NFL Club (Never Found Late), and Safety Patrol. We also have other programs and services that are available to our students based on an individual need-by-need basis. Our counselors work hard to provide the time our students need, whether in individual, small group, or large group settings to discuss and encourage social and emotional health.
In addition, we like to get our community involved with our students! If you are interested in participating in our annual Career Days or the Watch DOGS Program, please contact us!
Hello Shiloh Generals! My name is Sorayel Falling. I am a counselor at Shiloh Elementary School. At Shiloh, the counseling department provides many services such as classroom lessons, small group and individual chats, Safety Patrol, Watch Dog Dads, community services, and the Never Found Late or NFL club. I believe in supporting the whole child in order to encourage social, emotional, and academic success with all of our students.
Email Ms. Falling
I have been a teacher/counselor for over 33 years. I retired for the first time as a school counselor in June 2017, but my love for working with students, teachers and families brought me back to Gwinnett County Public Schools. I was blessed to be invited to be a part of the Shiloh Elementary Family in January 2019. I am looking forward to returning as the part-time counselor for the 2019-2020 school year, working with Ms. Falling, our full-time counselor. Both counselors will work with all students, but I will primarily provide guidance lessons for grades K, 2, and 4.
My family and I have lived in Lilburn for 16 years. We have two daughters, two grandsons, and two dogs.
Email Mrs. Zamora
What does Watch D.O.G.S stand for?
Dads of Great Students
What is it?
It is the father involvement initiative of the National Center for Fathering that organizes fathers and father figures in order to provide positive male role models for the students and to enhance school security. Today, more than 3,156 active programs in 46 states participate in the WATCH D.O.G.S. Program.
Who are Watch DOGS?
Fathers, grandfathers, step-fathers, uncles, and other father figures who volunteer to serve at least one day a year in a variety of school activities as assigned by the school principal or other administrator.
How can you volunteer?