Guidance Office

  • Welcome to the Wellington Counseling Team webpage! We are available to all
    students. Guidance and counseling programs, activities, and services focus on
    helping children experience healthy growth for future success. We are looking
    forward to helping your child have the best year ever!!!

     Take a look at the Fayette County Public Schools Virtual Center for Resilience!

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  • Reasons to See the School Counselor

    • Schoolwork challenges
    • Making new friends
    • Being teased or bullied
    • To share feelings
    • Change or loss
    • Friendship problems
    • Problem solving
    • Good news
    • Worried, stressed or sad
    • Changing family or transition
    • Tools to make good choices
    • Parenting tools
    • Self-esteem

    How To See the Counselor

    • Put a guidance pass in the wicker basket
    • Send a guidance pass through our google form link.
    • Send us a note, voice mail, or email
    • Contact classroom teacher

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  • Check out the Caring Connected Community (C3) program that we will be implementing this year!

    Guidance Lessons at Wellington Elementary will include lessons on:

    Friendship, decision making, problem solving, social skills, feelings, grief and loss, personal safety, careers, bullying prevention, self-esteem, setting goals, and conflict resolution

    Guidance lessons are every other week for 30-45 minutes.


    Small Group Guidance provides a supportive environment for students experiencing commonly shared concerns such as stress, grief, divorce, anger, organization, friendship, etc. These groups are offered to all students. Please contact us if you would like your child to participate in a small group. Small groups give students the opportunity to share ideas and support one another. In this safe, supportive setting students can see that they are not the only ones feeling a certain way or going through a certain situation. Small groups are conducted based on the needs of our students. They typically run 5-8 weeks and the group meets once a week for 20-30 minutes. Parent permission is needed.


     Individual Support is available to all students at the request of teachers, parents, or students.  We are a resource to help students succeed in school. Individual support within the school setting is short-term. If your child tells you he/she met with us, please don't be alarmed. Sometimes students self-refer and visit with us once or twice, and are able to solve their own problem. We feel fortunate to be able to spend time listening to students while providing a safe setting to help them work through problems or tough days.  We are safe friends at Wellington Elementary who are available to help students academically and emotionally.