Cedar Point Elementary School Counselors:
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Mrs. Ashley Plitt

[email protected]

Full-time Counselor


Mrs. Plitt works with students in all grades and is available Monday-Friday.


Ms. Madison Winters

[email protected]

Part-time Counselor

(Monday, Wednesday, Friday)

Ms. Winters works with students in all grades and is available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

Dear Champion Cheetahs and Families,

You can reach the school counselors at the email addresses listed above or at the school phone number 703-365-0963 during school hours, 8:45-3:25.

**Please note that if a student is ever in an emergency situation, call 911 or utilize one of the resources listed below:

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 Vision:

Champion Cheetahs Teaming Towards Excellence
The Cedar Point Professional School Counseling Program provides a comprehensive school counseling program that utilizes the Champion Pyramid to reinforce academic excellence and character development. The program will support the unique and individual needs of all students and stakeholders in a safe and caring environment that fosters positive self-esteem, awareness of and advocacy for justice, and lifelong learning.

The Cedar Point School Counseling Department provides a comprehensive school counseling program that promotes and enhances the ability of all students to achieve through three interrelated areas of student development. Each area encompasses a variety of desired student learning competencies. The foundation of the school counseling program is based on the Prince William County School Counseling Curriculum (K-5), the ASCA National and Ethical Standards (personal/social, academic, and career), and the use of data to enhance program development and evaluation.

*Social & Emotional Development
-Students will acquire an understanding of and respect for self and others and the skills to be responsible citizens.
-Students will understand that diversity is to be respected and appreciated and will participate in an effort to foster unity.
*Academic Development
-Students have a capacity to learn and be supported academically.
-Students will be provided with a school counseling program that is consistent with expected developmental stages of learning and differences in learning styles.
*Career Development
-Students will be provided with an education that extends beyond the classroom environment and allows them to develop lifelong skills to assist them in the pursuit of their life goals.
-Students will investigate the world of work in order to make informed career decisions.