Meet our Counselors

  • Our School Counselors are here to help!

  • Shandra Rodmon

    K-2 Counselor

    Hello Generals! I’m Mrs. Rodmon, one of the proud school counselors at Anderson-Livsey Elementary for grades K-2. I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from Florida A & M University. GO RATTLERS! I also earned my Master’s degree in School Counseling from University of West Alabama. It has been a pleasure working for Gwinnett County Public Schools for over 15 years as both a teacher and school counselor. I truly enjoy working closely with staff, students, and parents to impact student achievement and supporting students’ social-emotional and academic needs. The most enjoyable thing about being a school counselor is that you have the opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life in a special and powerful way.

    I look forward to serving our students and families this school year!

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  • Rashida Mathis

    3-5 Counselor

    Mathis  I am excited to be working with the students of Anderson-Livsey Elementary School for the fifth year! As many of you know, I grew up in a military family. I attended PK-12 schools in Germany, Colorado, Washington, California, and Texas. I had a very diverse childhood where I learned to embrace transitions and developed a love for learning about new cultures and trying new cuisine.

    I left my family and moved nearly 3,000 miles away to attend Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. My school counseling training was completed at Georgia State University. Prior to becoming a Professional School Counselor, I was a Teacher and Researcher.

    I love sports, travel, my family, and my 12 year old fur baby, Micah Jaz. We are going to have an amazing school year!

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  • PCs for People

    PCs for People PCs for People is a national, nonprofit organization that has provided over 174,000 individuals with PCs by recycling donated computers. To be eligible for this program, you must be 200 percent below the poverty line or enrolled in an assistance program. While you can get a computer online, you will be required to provide a photo ID and eligibility document dated within last six months.

  • Computers with Causes

    A gifting program run through donations, Computers with Causes offers free computers to families that meet their eligibility requirements. This organization offers tablets, computers, laptops, etc. This is a need-based program which requires you to complete a contact form and describe your need. While the program doesn't list a specific income requirement, it does state it caters to those who are truly in need and computer gifts are considered on a case-by-case basis.

  • The On It Foundation

    Catering to K-12 students and family, The On It Foundation provides donated computers at-risk youth and families in need. To qualify for a free computer, you must be a K-12 student in a public school and be on the free or reduced lunch program. In order to apply for the program, parents must submit a letter of request. This letter must explain their specific need and how the computer could benefit the child.

  • Komputers 4 R Kids

    Located in Southern California, Komputers 4 R Kids provides refurbished computers for no and low cost to students and family with lower incomes. Qualifying students will receive a desktop computer bundle with a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and PC. To qualify for the program, you must complete an application with information on income, disabilities, children in the home, and other hardships your children might be facing

  • With Causes

    In addition to offering services like gift vehicles and disabilities assistance, With Causes offers reused and recycled computers for at-risk youth and families. This service is offered on a case-by-case basis and you must prove your hardships and need. To apply for a free computer, you need to complete an online form.