Welcome to the Mountain Park Elementary Counseling Department
My name is Allison Landreth, and I am the School Counselor at Mountain Park Elementary. This is my tenth year as a school counselor, and my first year as a MUSTANG! I am so excited to be a part of this community. I received a Bachelor of Social Work Degree and a Master of Science in School Counseling Degree from Mississippi State University. Go MSU Dawgs!! My husband, Michael, and I have three very busy boys. We also have two furry children, our yellow lab Annie, and our crazy cat Prescott. I enjoy running, watching ALL sports, reading mystery and true crime novels, listening to podcasts and watching Netflix. I also enjoy volunteering my time as a member of the School Counselor Advisory Committee and Career Curriculum Writing Committee for the Georgia Department of Education. I am thrilled to be a Mountain Park Mustang! I am looking forward to getting to know and build relationships with your children. It is going to be a fantastic year! #BeKindMPE
Core Curriculum Classroom Lessons: Large group, classroom lessons designed to teach topics that will help students succeed academically, socially, and with their future career choice. These lessons are delivered to all students.
Small Groups: Students meet in a smaller setting to learn skills and strategies on topics such as resiliency, social awareness, friendship, self-esteem, anxiety, test taking or changing families. Students receive this service through parent or teacher referral. Small groups are not considered group therapy.
Consultation: Parents and teachers meet with the counselor to share strategies that support student achievement.
Individual Student Planning: Students meet one-on-one with the counselor to discuss personal concerns and share good news. Activities are designed to assist students in establishing personal goals, making decisions and developing immediate and long-range plans for school success. Referrals can be made by students, teachers or parents. Individual Student Planning is not considered therapy.