Mrs. Lynne Miller

Phone: 919-894-6003

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Masters of Professional Counseling- Liberty University Add-On Licensure for School Counselling- University of North Carolina- Pembroke

Mrs. Lynne Miller

Hi,

My name is Lynne Miller and I am your School Counselor. I graduated from Liberty University with a Master's in Professional Counseling. I am getting my add-on license for School Counseling from Pembroke University. I am currently enrolled in my last class. I love being a middle school counselor.  I am here to work alongside teachers, administrators and parents to help students be all that they can be. I have been working at McGee's Crossroads Middle School for about 9 years now. I love this school, the teachers, the staff members, the students and the administrators. I am super excited about this school year and look forward to serving you all. Please feel free to reach out to me via email, or a counselor request form if you are struggling.

lynnemiller@johnston.k12.nc.us

Have a Great Year!

Mrs. Miller

 

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