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Student Services

School Counselor Last Updated: 10/10/2018 7:03 PM

HFES Student-Parent Handbook 2017-18.

Meet our Fantastic Counselor, Ms. Hude!

Student Services at Hickory Flat Elementary

Sandra Hude, School Counselor


770-345-2689 (Fax)

Certified School Counselors advocate for all students by collaborating with teachers, administrators, and families to support their academic, emotional, and social needs. They are vital to the school community by providing prevention and intervention programs that contribute to student growth and development.

How can my counselor help?

Works with students, parents, and teachers/administrators Counsels students individually, in small group, and in large classroom guidance settings Helps to identify the needs of children Encourages better students relationships Promotes positive attitudes and good choices Coordinates referrals to outside agencies Provides preventive and developmental guidance

How can I see my counselor?

Students may refer themselves by asking a teacher or using a self-referral form Parents may refer their child Teachers/administrators may refer students Counseling is a voluntary and confidential service!

Counseling Services:

Individual Counseling Support Groups Classroom Guidance Consultations with Teachers and Parents Crisis Intervention

Community Resource Link:

Other Programs Coordinated by Our Counselor:

Standardized Testing


Career Cluster / Pathways

Speak Up Be Safe

Character Education

Holiday Help Program

Student Council


Student Services

A note from Nurse JJ: 

If your child brings medication to school, it must be accompanied by the pertinent forms that can be found on our school website or by contacting me.

Also, I do not give ANY type of medication unless it has been sent in by parents with the correct information.


The types of things I can do in the clinic:

Basic First Aid

Taking care of students and staff in Emergency situations

Applying band aids

Giving out ice

Hugs :-)


I am always up for donations of “fun” band aids.  School health only send us the boring ones ??

Clorox wipes, Lysol spray and crackers and Sprite are always welcome! 


Also clothing donations, such as pants, shorts, undies and socks, and blankets are always welcome, as well!