Ms. Latrieva Wilson

Phone: 919.965.3361, x4812

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

MS/EdS: UNCG, 2013 BS : APU, 2011

Ms. Latrieva Wilson

 

 

 

  •  What does a school counselor do?

    Our school counselors are Latrieva Wilson and Sarah Griffin. Professional school counselors are uniquely qualified to address the developmental needs of all students. School counselors deliver a comprehensive School Counseling program encouraging all students’ academic, career and social emotional development. 

     

    The counselors primarily deliver short-term, solution focused services through individual or small group counseling and through classroom guidance, either in the Enhancement rotation or monthly classroom visits to address things like social skills, self control, coping skills and self confidence. If longer-term individual counseling services are needed, the counselors can provide families with a list of community agencies and assist them with making contact or navigating the referral process. 

     

    School Counselors adhere to the ethical standards of the American School Counselor Association and the North Carolina School Counseling Association. Counselors also maintain confidentiality. However, there are limits to confidentiality, which include situations where there is risk of danger. If there is suspicion that the student could harm him or herself, is in danger of being abused or neglected, or could be of risk to others, the counselor is legally and ethically bound to report. 

     

    To request service: Appointments can be requested by writing a note, calling, emailing or stopping by the counseling office. School counselors also have an electronic referral form available on their websites. Students may decide self refer and there is a station for this inside of our office area. Often, referrals are made by teachers, parents, principals, or occasionally, even concerned friends.

     

    For further information on the counseling program, counseling materials, community resources, or procedures by which a parent may limit a student's participation in the counseling program, please contact Ms. Wilson or Ms. Griffin.

JCPS Announcements

  • Deadline to apply for CCP Program is March 17

    The application for the Career and College Promise Program is now open. High school students, along with rising 8th graders, may be eligible to begin earning college credit at JCC as part of the CCP Program...

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  • JCPS High School Graduation and Prom details

    Johnston County Public Schools has developed a detailed plan to mark senior milestones, including prom and graduation, while adhering to guidance from the Johnston County Public Health Department and the CDC in regards to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Pre-K - 5th Grade to return to Plan A on March 1

    The Johnston County Board of Education voted to return Pre-K - 5th grade to Plan A, four days per week, beginning on Monday, March. 1.

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  • JCPS transitions to Plan B for all students

    The Johnston County Board of Education voted to return all Pre-K and EC-Self Contained students to Plan B, four days per week, beginning on Tuesday, Jan. 19. These students will participate in face-to-face instruction on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, with Wednesday serving as a remote learning day. All other students in grades K-12 will remain on Plan C until Monday, Feb. 1.

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  • Second Semester Choice Form

    Every JCPS parent was to fill ou the Second Semester Choice form to choose either the Virtual Program OR face-to-face instruction for each of their students by Monday, Nov. 30. If you were unable to fill out the form by Nov. 30 please contact your child's school for assistance. The form was to be filled out for ALL students in grades PreK-12.

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