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WHS counselor receives recognition

Whittell High School Counselor Toni Covault was recognized for her hard work in “helping students to help themselves” in Douglas County School District’s staff newsletter “Douglas Dialogue.”

A former high school English teacher, elementary school vice principal and gifted and talented teacher, Covault joined Whittell’s staff as a counselor two years ago.

She has a bachelor’s degree in teacher education, a master’s in counseling and a master’s in administration.


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