Office Hours

Overlea Team Office Hours (Effective April 6, 2020)

Office Hours: (2 hours per day/10 hours per week) This is defined as a time that students and parents have “digital” access to the teacher for a total of 2 hours per day. This is the designated time teachers can answer emails, respond to Schoology messages, call students using Google Meet and/or communicate with parents of students

Socio-Emotional Team/Specialized Supports

School Counseling Department

School Counseling Office Hours

Mrs. Kimberly McIntosh

School Counseling Department Chair

School Counselor: Senior Class of 2020 and Sophomore Class of 2022 (Last Name P-Z)

9am- 11am Daily

Ms. Sarah Andrews

School Counselor: Junior Class of 2021 and Sophomore Class of 2022 (Last Name A-G)

10am- 12pm Daily

Mrs. Elizabeth Delvisco

School Counselor: Freshman Class of 2023 and

Sophomore Class of 2022 (Last Name H-O)

10am- 12pm Daily

Ms. Yolanda Price

At Promise School Counselor/College Counselor

College Counseling 9am-10am Daily

At Promisehours10am-11am Daily

Restorative Practices Coordinator

Office Hours

Mr. Todd Wade

8am-9am Daily

1pm-2pm Daily

Restorative Meetings via Google Meet Monday-Thursday 2:00-2:30 p.m.

Social Worker

Office Hours

Ms. Keisha Hawthorne-Jones

8am-10am Tuesdays/Thursdays

12pm-2pm Monday/Wednesday/Friday


Office Hours

Ms. Lauren DeWald

10a.m.-12p.m. Daily

School Psychologist

Office Hours

Dr. Taneisha McKeemer

11am-1pm Daily

SEL Teacher

Office Hours

Mr. Terry Dixon

11am-12pm Daily

4pm-5pm Daily

IEP Chairperson

Office Hours

Ms. Janelle Smith

10am-11am Daily

2pm-3pm Dailey

Magnet Coordinator

Office Hours

Ms. Madeline Phillips

9am-10am Daily

2pm-3pm Daily

Administrative Team

Office Hours

Ms. Monica Sample, Principal

Mrs. Brittney Keith, Assistant Principal

Mr. Zachary Clark, Assistant Principal

Mr. Kevin Whatley, Assistant Principal

Available daily via email and/or by scheduled virtual meeting

Emails will be answered within 24 hours.  Appointments by email request.

Your teachers and counselors are here for you during this time and want to hear what you have to say. There are several things you can talk to your counselor about, like how you’re feeling right now, how things are different at home or if you’re not feeling safe at home. If you need to talk, you can request a virtual meeting with your counselor by sending them a message in Schoology. If you are in imminent danger, you should call 9-1-1 immediately.