Counseling Corner

OBES Counselors Canvas Homepage Link

Mrs. McNeely (Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays)

Code Orange office hours: 9-10 a.m. Mon-Fri.

Hello Old Bridge Dolphins! Welcome Mrs. McNeely's counseling webpage!

As your school counselors, we are here to assist all students grow academically, personally, and vocationally. That means that we are here for YOU; to help you be the best student you can be, to help you develop into a trustworthy and caring friend, and explore with you your interests and talents that may lead to a future career.

We will work together this school year individually, in small groups, and in classroom lessons. We are part of your specials rotation and will see each class every eight days. We are available to parents through email or zoom upon request.


Area Tele-Mental Health Resources
Recursos de salud telemental del área

Fun Counseling Resources for Students!
Asesoría escolar Recursos estudiantiles


Emergency Resources:

ACTS Helpline 703-368-4141

1-800-SUICIDE (24-hour hotline) 1-800-784-2433

Crisis Text Hotline (24-hour hotline) 741741

PWC Child Protective Services Hotline 703-792-4200

PWC Community Services Board 703-792-7800

School Counseling Department Mission:
The school counseling program at Old Bridge Elementary will provide all students with a comprehensive, developmental program which gives them an opportunity to gain an understanding of self and others in a safe, caring, and encouraging environment. We will deliver large-group activities, small group and individual counseling, and schoolwide programs to promote academic readiness, as well as career and social/emotional development.

School Counseling Department Vision:

The Vision of the Old Bride Elementary School Counseling program holds the belief that school counseling is an essential and integral part of the overall education process. Our comprehensive school counseling program plays a vital role in encouraging every child to strive toward academic and personal excellence. It is built on the belief that all children are lifelong learners and are successful when educational, career, and personal objectives are attained through the counseling program.

Growth and learning are developmental; therefore, school counseling must be developmental and sequential. It must also be proactive, as well as reactive. Data is used to drive the program concerning development, evaluation, and accountability.