Welcome to the School Counselor’s Page!
Miss Rachel Sole, M.A., NCC is the School Counselor for St. Margaret Regional School. The School Counselor is available for all students in Preschool 3 through 8th grade, and works with them on three areas of development – academic, social/emotional, and career. Students meet with the School Counselor through individual meetings, small group counseling (“lunch bunches”), and / or classroom lessons. Miss Sole has an open-door policy for all students, or parents may request in writing to have their child meet with Miss Sole for any school-based concern.
The School Counselor collaborates with teachers, administration, parents, and community organizations to ensure a child’s educational experience is both positive and enriching. Should referrals to outside services be needed, the School Counselor is able to provide recommendations to families. The School Counselor facilitates the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, which has been the school-wide anti-bullying program at St. Margaret Regional School since 2010, as well as the “Spirit of the Month” Character Education program, which is based on the Fruits of the Spirit from Galatians 5:22-23.
Best Wishes for the School Year!
Ms. Rachel Sole, M.A., NCC
Miss Sole’s Contact Information:
Phone: 856-845-5200, ext. 107
About Miss Sole:
- School Counselor at St. Margaret Regional School since 2013
- National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Accredited Counselor
- NJ Certified in School Counseling (K-12)
- Rowan University Graduate:
- 2010 (B.A., Psychology & Minor in Sociology)
- 2012 (M.A., Counseling in Educational Settings [K-12])
- Worked in field of Education since 2004, serving in various capacities from support to instructional staff for grades Pre-K through Higher Education
- Areas of interest in counseling include the following:
- Bullying Prevention and Awareness
- Anxiety in Adolescents
- Self-Esteem / Body Image Issues among Pre-Teen and Teen girls
- Academic Skill Improvement
- College and Career Readiness for First-Generation, Low-SES Students