Kersey Creek ES Again Named a RAMP School

Kersey Creek Elementary School Again Named a RAMP School
Posted on 02/03/2022
Paige AbasoloKersey Creek Elementary School (KCES) has once again been named as a Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) School of Distinction by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA).

In 2017, KCES became the first school in Hanover County to achieve RAMP status. Three additional schools (South Anna Elementary School, Atlee High School, and Mechanicville High School) have since been recognized by ASCA. The Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) recognizes schools committed to delivering exceptional school counseling programs that are driven by data.

KCES School Counselor Paige Abasolo said it’s an honor for the school to again receive the recognition, which only 53 schools in Virginia have earned.

“Being reRAMPed signifies that the school counseling program at Kersey Creek Elementary is an exemplary comprehensive, data-driven program that supports the needs of all students,” said Abasolo, who has served KCES students and families for 14 years. “The school counselors at Kersey Creek Elementary are proud to have a program that is nationally recognized.”

HCPS Coordinator of Counseling Services Karla Allen praised Abasolo and the counseling program at KCES.

“She continues to learn and grow as a professional, and that is reflected in her achieving this award for the second time in 2022. Paige’s passion for her school, students, community and her profession are apparent in her work,” Allen said. “I am so proud of Paige and thankful for her commitment to what’s best for students.”

Abasolo and KCES will be honored at the ASCA National Conference this summer in Austin, Texas.
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