Reagan Womack is a licensed professional with a Master's degree in Counseling from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville and is qualified to address the varied needs of students. She delivers a comprehensive and developmental school counseling program, encouraging students in academic, career, and personal/social development, with a goal to help students reach their potential in these domains. Mrs. Womack has served Sequoyah Elementary since Fall 2008.
Her role within the school includes...
- Individual student counseling
- Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) class lessons in all homerooms
- Small groups based on teacher and parent referral
- Consultant for administrators, classroom teachers, staff, and parents
- Founder and School Coordinator of Go Golden, Positive School Climate Framework
- Member of the Professional Intervention Team (administrators, social worker, school nurse, school psychologist, and school counselor) who meet monthly to discuss students areas of needs and actions to be implemented for support
- Outreach Coordinator: Second Harvest "Food for Kids" backpack program; holiday outreach; founder and coordinator of the annual "West Area Outreach" meeting
- Supervision of University of Tennessee Counseling Program Doctoral Practicum Students
- School coordinator for response to death and other traumatic events within the school family, which includes counseling support and collaboration with other professionals
- Presenter to Sequoyah parents
- Assistant Coordinator for H.A.B.I.T. (Human Animal Bond in Tennessee) counseling referrals for Sequoyah students, which is led by Social Worker Kristina Boles
- Professional development presenter