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RAVE Awards: Eight of our schools have been awarded the Gold level RAVE Award from the Alabama School Counselor Association.

AWARDED: Baldwin County Public Schools school counselors have once again excelled and raised the bar of achievement for all counselors across the state of Alabama. Eight of our schools have been awarded the Gold level RAVE Award from the Alabama School Counselor Association. RAVE, which stands for Recognition of Accountability, Verification, and Excellence in School Counseling, is a school counselor recognition program for which schools from across the state of Alabama may apply each year.
To earn the RAVE Award, school counseling programs must demonstrate effective communication, and they must also have a profound commitment to implementing a data-driven, outcome-based program. The obtainment of this Gold RAVE Award is the culmination of a three year process. Each of these schools has previously been awarded the Bronze RAVE Award (2018), as well as the Silver RAVE Award (2019), and now they have achieved the pinnacle award—the Gold RAVE Award (2020).
Listed below are the schools and their school counselors who have won this very prestigious award:
Daphne Middle School
Alicia Ray and Amanda Blake
Elberta High School
Laura Alms
Fairhope High School
Cammie Adams, Nicole White, Doris Brewton, and Treavie Ainsworth
Fairhope West Elementary School
Kate Wellborn and Dianna Wolchina
Florence B. Mathis Elementary School
Sherry Rainbolt and Mary Rosene
Foley Middle School
Jennifer Kukes and Coryn Ebert
Magnolia Elementary School
Tomica Bradley-Wiggins
Silverhill Elementary School
Shamika Bramble
Normally, these school counselors would have received their awards during the Alabama Counseling Association Conference that is held annually in November. However, because this year’s conference will be a virtual one, school counselors will have their awards delivered to them at their respective schools on a date to be determined.
"Please join me in congratulating these school counselors on a job well done. I could not be more proud of them and all of their hard work to ensure that they are providing the best possible counseling services to the students on their school campuses," said Patrice Davis, BCBE Intervention Supervisor. #baldwinproud