School Counselor

Ms. Gabrielle Jones

Phone: 919-894-4233 ext. 1351


Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. Journalism and Mass Communication - Graphic Design M.Ed. School Counseling National Certified Counselor

Ms. Gabrielle Jones

Students and Families:

I miss seeing all of you in person and hope that everyone is safe and healthy. It is my goal to continue to provide services to students during these changing times. As you can imagine, providing school counseling services and activities in a virtual setting present some challenges and limitations. At this time, the services I am providing are the following:

Student Check-Ins

Family Communication

Help Accessing Community Resources

During this time away from school, if you observe that your child is experiencing emotions that they do not usually feel, please encourage them to share with you, another trusted adult, or a sibling! Things are a bit different right now with everything going on, and it's important to let them know that whatever they are feeling is

On this webpage, I have added resources that can help with these conversations and information that I know will be beneficial to the family. These items will be constantly updated.

This is my second year as a school counselor, and I am so excited to be a part of the Benson family! In order to receive my degree for school counseling, I attended NC State University and did an internship at East Clayton Elementary. Last year, I worked at West Smithfield Elementary. As you can see, I am slowly learning my way around Johnston county.

I’m originally from Wilson, NC and am the oldest of four siblings (two brothers and two sisters). I also have a Yorkie named Milo. I also enjoy reading, watching movies, spending time with my family and friends, and travelling. 

This year I will be offering short-term individual counseling, small group counseling, social emotional learning (SEL) classroom lessons, and consultation with parents and teachers. Examples of topics that could be covered in lessons and counseling sessions include: peer relationships, managing feelings, goal setting, and conflict resolution.

Students can ask their teachers or you, parents/guardians, to see me or put a note in the mailbox that's placed in the front office. Please feel free to contact me at any time during the year to discuss your child’s needs, if you have any questions or concerns, and/or need further resources.  

In the meantime, check out my counselor website for resources!

Fall 2019 School Counseling Report

  • Need to Talk to Ms. Jones?

    You can contact me in ONE of the following ways:

    Please allow up to 1 business/school day for a response.

    1) Call me at (919) 894-4233 ext. 1351

    2) Parents/Guardians: Fill out the Parent Google Form to contact me.

    Students: Check in with me HERE!


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  • After Hours & Emergencies

    For Emergency Medical Treatment

    Call 911

    For Emergency Mental Health Assessments

    Holly Hill Children’s Campus

    (17 years and younger)
    210 Michael J. Smith Lane

    Raleigh, NC

    Johnston County Behavioral Health

    521 N. Brightleaf Boulevard

    Smithfield, NC

    Alliance Behavioral Healthcare

    (24 hour access and information line)


    Hopeline (call or text)


    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


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  • Family Resources



    • A tool to help you understand how to best work with educators to promote better outcomes for your child with ADHD at school -


    SEL (Social Emotional Learning)

    • SEL for parents - video