Dear Families,

Please know that we are here to support you in this difficult time. We have included links to social/emotional resources, along with information on how to talk to your child about COVID-19. We will provide updates as provided by PWCS, including information regarding middle school registration for our 5th grade students.

Mrs. Green and Ms. Price

 

PWCS cares deeply about students’ emotional well-being during their time away from school.  If a student is in need of emotional support during this time, please feel free to send an e-mail to studentsupportservices@pwcs.edu.  A school mental health or health professional will answer and offer virtual support to students to the best of their ability.  This e-mail is not to be used for emergency situations as it will not be monitored 24 hours a day.  If a student is ever in an emergency situation he/she is encouraged to call 911 or utilize one of the resources listed below:

Emergency Resources:

ACTS Helpline                                               703.368.4141

1.800.SUICIDE (24-hour hotline)               1.800.784.2433

Crisis Text Hotline (24-hour hotline)         741741   

PWC Child Protective Services Hotline     703.792.4200

PWC Community Services Board               703.792.7800

 

 Guidance Counselor Aaliyah Green    Guidance Counselor Elizabeth Price
 Welcome Tigers!!! I am so excited to be your School Counselor!! I was born in Charleston, South Carolina. I graduated from Winthrop University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, then went on to obtain a Masters in Education at The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, Go Bulldogs!!! I am married with 3 children and live in Stafford County. We are a military family and happy to be here in Northern Virginia! I enjoy reading historical novels and traveling with my family.

I will be working with your students this year in a number of ways. I deliver classroom guidance lessons daily. I run small group sessions throughout the school year on topics such as family changes, study skill habits, friendship, etc. I also see students individually for quick solution focused counseling to help them with anything they may be struggling with. I want to help your students learn to persevere through life’s many challenges as well as manage their emotional state, resolve conflict peacefully and develop empathy for one another.

I am excited to be a Triangle Tiger and I truly look forward to working with the faculty, staff, parents and many great students this school year!!

Mrs. Green

   I am so excited to be here at Triangle! I grew up in many different places because my dad was in the Navy, but I graduated from Potomac High School in Dumfries. I attended Brigham Young University where I received my bachelor’s degree in history, and George Washington University for my master’s degree in Education and Human Development. I currently live in Arlington and enjoy baseball (Go Nationals!), reading, and traveling.

I believe that by forming positive relationships with my students, I can better help them in my role as a school counselor to identify and achieve their full potential. I do this by making regular visits to their classroom for guidance lessons, holding small groups, and meeting with students individually. I aim to make every student feel comfortable coming to school and being prepared to learn.

I look forward to working with the faculty, staff, parents and many great students this school year at Triangle!!

Ms. Price

 

 

 





































Mission Statement
 

 

The mission of the Triangle Elementary School’s Professional Comprehensive School Counseling Program together with the community, is to develop responsible citizens who are lifelong learners and productive problem solvers by ensuring every student acquires competencies (knowledge, skills and attitudes) needed in academic, career, personal and social development through diverse and challenging educational experiences. 

 

Vision Statement 

The vision for Triangle Elementary School students is that every student will acquire the academic, career and personal/social skills to reach their fullest educational potential and successfully manage their lives as healthy, responsible, competent and productive citizens who respect themselves and others. 

 

The School Counselors at Triangle Elementary School believe:  

  • The school counseling program serves a central role in meeting students’ developmental needs through interventions in academic, career and personal/ social domains.  

 

  • All students have a right to a safe and supportive learning environment. 

 

  • All students can meet and achieve high standards that will result in academic success. 

 

 

 A comprehensive school counseling program is tailored to meet student’s educational and developmental needs as identified through needs assessments that have been translated into attainable goals.   

PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT OUR HELPFUL LINKS AND DOCUMENTS ADDED TO ENSURE STUDENTS CONTINUE THEIR CHARACTER & SOCIAL/EMOTIONAL LEARNING THROUGH THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR.  

MRS. GREEN AND MS. PRICE ARE MISSING YOU ALL AND DO NOT FORGET CHARACTER ALWAYS COUNTS!!!!

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Team Email List & Twitter (Class News) 
 Aaliyah Green:  greenaf@pwcs.edu

Elizabeth Price: priceea@pwcs.edu