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Mrs.  Tina  Hart

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School Counselor, LPC, M.Ed., Ed.S

Tina Hart is a counselor at FCMS.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has earned degrees from Emmanuel College (B.S. Middle Grades Education), Clemson University (M.Ed. School Counseling), and Liberty University (Ed.S. Teaching and Learning). Mrs. Hart has been counseling at FCMS for 7 years and taught language arts, social studies, and reading for 4 years prior to counseling.  She was selected as FCMS Teacher of the Year (2011) before becoming a school counselor. 

Mrs. Hart began a club for students who enjoy performing arts, "Wired," in 2009.  Students may play an instrument, sing, dance, perform stand-up comedy, poetry...they have a place to perform in front of their peers at least once a month! Mrs. Hart also offers performing tips to all of the students. Mrs. Virginia Burtt co-sponsors “Wired,”  with Mrs. Hart.

Mrs. Hart also coached 7th and 8th grade girls' basketball from 2011 - 2017.  During those years, she had 3 teams to win Region Tournaments, and with the success of the FCMS girls, they were always the teams to beat.  

Mrs. Hart is also a therapist at Wellsprings Psychological Resources located in Franklin Springs, Georgia.  Wellsprings is a clinical counseling center.  Mrs. Hart has worked at Wellsprings since 2011, and serves children, adolescents, adults, and families.

Mrs. Hart has been married for 32 years to another former FCHS graduate, David Hart. They have a son,  Peyton, a daughter-in-law, Megan, and a beautiful grand-daughter, Beckett!  They reside in the Sandy Cross Community and attend Peniel PH Church where Mrs. Hart has served as the Music Director, Church Pianist, Christian Education Director, Sunday School Teacher, and Youth Director at various times over a period of 31 years.

"Being a counselor and having the opportunity to work with young people and their families is a high calling for me.  Given the opportunity to offer advice, guidance, and hope to middle school students during an often stressful time in their lives is truly a privileged place.  It is an honor to be able to serve the students and their families here at Franklin County Middle School."