School Counselor, Carol Miller  Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from New York State

Congratulations to Carol Miller on receiving the New York State School Counselors Association (NYSSCA) Lifetime Achievement Award on November 18. Miller received this award for outstanding service, achievement, and dedication to the counseling profession. Miller is a School Counselor at Ridge Mills Elementary School.

“Carol Miller has brought so much talent, experience, enlightenment, and joy to the School Counseling Department at the Rome City School District. In her career as a School Counselor, Carol has made a marked imprint on the profession nationally, statewide and right here in Rome, NY. Carol has been a presenter at national and statewide conferences, she hosts social media groups to help network and support school counselors from around the world, she continuously develops and markets tools for school counselors to use with students, and she has been monumental in developing and refining the Rome CSD School Counseling program at the school and district level. I am elated for Carol for this deserving recognition, and I'm proud that she has chosen to work for the children and families of the Rome City School District,” said Amanda Jones, Director of Counseling Services.

Amanda Jones, Director of Counseling Services  and Carol Miller, Counselor at Ridge Mills Elementary 

Carol Miller, School Counselor at Ridge Mills, Kelly Whitney-Rivera, New York State School Counselor Association (NYSSCA) President and Mark Mason, NYSSCA Past President

Amanda Jones, Director of Counseling Services; Nicholas Devins, School Counselor at Strough Middle School; Carol Miller, School Counselor at Ridge Mills and Melinda McCabe, School Counselor at Gansevoort.