Counselor's Corner

Mission: The mission of the Eagle View Elementary Comprehensive Counseling Program is to support and advocate for all students to be resilient, successful lifelong learners. The program primarily addresses the academic, career, emotional, and social development of all students. Elementary school counselors support classroom teachers and the overall educational team by helping students remove barriers to learning so success in the classroom can be achieved. The primary methods for delivering school counseling services include: short term individual counseling, small group sessions, school-wide character education and classroom guidance lessons.

Small groups are offered throughout the school year based on need and/or requests. Topics may include: friendship, anxiety, study skills, organization, peer relationships, etc. 

  • School Counselor, ES

    This will be Ms. Schoonover's fourth year as School Counselor at Eagle View. She is an active member of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) and the Virginia Counselor Association (VCA). Ms. Schoonover earned her Bachelor's degree from Radford University with a major in Communication Sciences and Disorders and her Master's degree from Marymount University for School Counseling. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling to the beach and cheering on the Washington Nationals!

  • School Counselor, ES

    Ms. Gallagher is excited to be the part-time school counselor at Eagle View Elementary. She was a Navy wife for many years and stayed home to raise her three children. After two years as a substitute teacher in Fairfax County, she went back to school and earned her Master's Degree in School Counseling from George Washington University. Ms. Gallagher is a National Certified Counselor and a member of the National Career Development Association. Her hobbies include baking yummy treats, hanging out with neighbors and friends, and teaching young people how to cook.