Mount Pleasant Elementary School


"It's A Matter Of Pride!"
3216 Mount Pleasant Blvd, Roanoke, VA  24014
Principal: Ellen C. Walton
540-427-1879(FAX)540-427-5779
2014 Mt. Pleasant Elementary School  

School Counseling

Anne Wood
Counselor

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

Miss Peters is a licensed professional school counselor with 23 years experience as a counselor and 8 years experience as a teacher. Before coming to Roanoke County she worked in Duplin County, North Carolina and in Lee County, North Carolina. She holds a BA Degree in Elementary Education from Goucher College, and a M Ed Degree in Counseling from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In Roanoke County Miss Peters has taught at Penn Forest Elementary and been the counselor at Cave Spring Elementary, Burlington Elementary and for the past 15 years at Mount Pleasant Elementary.

Our Program

Our classroom guidance program at Mt. Pleasant covers the Standards for School Counseling Programs in Virginia Public Schools. These standards are organized by grade level under the following goals: academic development, career development and personal/social development. To view the goals for each grade level, schedule, news and links, click below on the desired grade. 

Small group counseling is available on a variety of topics for all first through fifth graders during the school year when classroom guidance is not being offered. 

Individual counseling is provided on an as-needed basis at all grade levels and can be requested by parents, teachers, student, the counselor or the family intervention specialist. 

Consultation is available at any time for parents or teachers.

Due to the current economy, school counseling services at Mt. Pleasant have been shortened to 3 days per week this year.  Miss Peters will provide services on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday each week.  She will serve Clearbrook Elementary the remaining days each week.

With the help of federal stimulus funding, Mt. Pleasant is fortunate to have the services of a family intervention specialist for the next two years.  Mrs. Knight will work with students in the classroom, in small groups, and on an individual basis.  Her days will be Tuesday and Thursday each week.