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Michelle Burk Phone Icon 478-953-0430 Email Icon Email
  Rochelle Smith Phone Icon 478-953-0430 Email Icon Email

   Michelle Burk

Michelle Burk was born and raised in Warner Robins and is a graduate of Warner Robins High School.  She earned her bachelor’s degree in Speech Communications from Valdosta State University, a Master’s degree in School Counseling from the University of West Alabama, and a Specialist’s degree in Educational Leadership from Columbus State University.  She began her career in Houston County teaching language arts at Bert Rumble Middle School and Huntington Middle School for six years before becoming a school counselor at Feagin Mill Middle School. Mrs. Burk is married and has one daughter who attends school in Houston County.  She looks forward to helping the students of Feagin Mill be more productive and successful members of our school and our community.

 

   Rochelle Smith

Rochelle Smith graduated from GA State University with a Masters of Education in School Counseling.   She received her Bachelor of Psychology degree from Liberty University. Mrs. Smith calls Warner Robins home. She was raised in the Houston County school system and graduated from Northside High School.

After college she was a Student Assistance Counselor for HODAC and worked with students at the alternative schools in Warner Robins. Five years later, she became a school counselor for the county at the elementary level and served this age group for 16 years. Mrs. Smith moved to the middle school level this year and is very excited about helping the youth at Feagin Mill Middle School.

Mrs. Rochelle Smith is married and has two sons in middle school. She also has a Dachshund dog named Rex that brightens her day.   Although her boys keep her busy most of the time, she loves to run and work in her yard during her free time.

Mrs. Rochelle Smith’s goal as a counselor is to help remove barriers that keep students from being successful at school and in life. She wants to help students believe in themselves and give them skills to overcome difficult situations. If your family or your child is having a difficult time, feel free to contact Mrs. Smith by phone or email. Her door is always open to offer a helping hand.