Degrees and Certifications:
Mrs. Erica Williams
Welcome to Redcliffe Elementary’s school counseling program webpage. My name is Erica Williams. I am the school counselor at Redcliffe and I am so excited to help you in any way that I can.
My husband, daughter and I live in Graniteville, SC. I drive to Redcliffe because it is a remarkable school. The students and staff are amazing. I love working at Redcliffe.
I worked at Redcliffe for two school years as a student service worker. Although I loved it at Redcliffe I decided to embark on a new journey with early intervention. I work as an early interventionist for a year and was offered an opportunity to work with children in foster care and did that for about 7 years. I decided to go back to school and get my master of education in school counseling. January of 2010 was busy and life changing I graduated with my masters degree and we were blessed with our daughter. In September of 2010 I returned to Redcliffe as the school counselor.
This summer I plan to take a couple of trips with my family. I plan to read the book The Leader in Me by Stephen R. Covey to learn new ways to inspire greatness at Redcliffe. I want help students to become great leaders. I also want to do more research on growth mindset and how to implement growth mindset activities into our data driven school counseling program.
- I like to read and listen to audiobooks
- I like to listen to podcast from different educational leaders
- I like to swim and love being outside
- I volunteer for our churches children’s ministry
- I am a Girl Scout leader
- I am a member of ASCA
- I love Clemson football—Go Tigers!
I love to hear from parents! If you have any questions or concerns please contact me at 803-827-3350 ext 3. Over the summer I will check my email. If you need to you may email me at email@example.com
Please let me know if there is any way I can help you.
As part of our comprehensive school counseling program we have a guidance clerk, Jami Mims. She is amazing. If you need to contact her you may email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
School Counseling Program Services:
At Redcliffe students meet with the school counselor about once a month for classroom guidance lesson. My 2019-2020 calendar will be posted on my webpage at the beginning of the school year.
Our data driven school counseling program provides a wide verity of direct and indirect services. If you feel that your student needs school counseling services individual, group, or another type of service please contact me at 803-827-3350.
Classroom Guidance Topics:
- Bullying (what is the definition of a bully and what to do if you see bullying or if you are being bullied)
- How to handle teasing and put downs
- Careers Exploration
- Career Assessment
- Smart Goals
- Growth Mindset
- Safety Lessons
- Internet Safety
- Peer Pressure
- Keys to Success
- Self Esteem
- Financial literacy
Bullying is unwanted, aggressive, repeated behavior that involves an imbalance of power.
As part of our guidance curriculum we do lessons to inform students on what is bullying, what to do if you are being bullied, and what do to if you are a bystander to bullying.
Throughout the year we organize parent workshops to keep parents informed about what we do for bullying at Redcliffe. If you would like more information please contact me by phone or by email.
We want to make sure every student feels safe. If your student reports bullying to you please contact the school. You may talk to the School Counselor, Assistant Principal, or Principal. Together we work as a team to help every student feel safe at school.
Websites for bullying information:
We love to have volunteers at Redcliffe Elementary. If you would like to volunteer please contact us at 803-827-3350 ext3. Our district’s policy is that volunteers are trained yearly. We will have several volunteer trainings during the school year. Dates for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year will be posted soon. See the attached board policy for volunteering.
Our School Counselor
Erica Williams email@example.com
Additional safety measures have become part of Aiken County Public Schools’ volunteer requirements. To ensure the safety of our students and preparation of our volunteers, we are hosting volunteer trainings throughout the year. All interested volunteers including those attend a field trip must attend training and receive the appropriate background clearance for their intended volunteer service before serving in our school. This has to be done every school year. Thank you, in advance, for your cooperation as we implement additional safety measures.
If you have any questions please contact us at 803-827-3350.