About the Counselors
Mrs. Shelia Daniel is excited about this year at Pike Road School! Mrs. Daniel is a resource to Pike Road families, whether it is counseling a student who is grieving or sharing great resources for parents and families, Mrs. Daniel cares about kids and their emotional, personal and academic successes.
Previous work experience includes, Community 2 Lead Learner at PRS, School Counselor at Auburn Early Education Center (Auburn City Schools), teacher at Ogletree Elementary School (Auburn City Schools) grades 2, 3, 3/4 and teacher at Ladonia Elementary (Russell County Schools) grades 1 and 4. She was a PE aide at West Forest Intermediate (Opelika City Schools), too. Mrs. Daniel has twenty-four years of experience in education, ten of which was in school counseling.
Mrs. Daniel has been married for 27 years to Wade Daniel and they have 4 children. Two of her children attend Pike Road Schools. John is in Community 5 at Pike Road School and Mark is in Community 10 at Pike Road Historic School.
Holli Lovrich is as counselor at Pike Road Historic School.
Mrs. Lovrich is graduate of Cottonwood High School in southeast Alabama, Holli earned a B. S. in Secondary Mathematics from Auburn University, a Master of Science in Secondary Mathematics from Troy University Dothan, and a Master of Science in School Counseling from Alabama State University. She has been in education for 24 years and has worked as a middle and high school counselor.
and her husband Marty are residents of Pike Road. They have three
children, Camden (17), Cate (15), and Allie Grace (12).
Tina White is assigned to both the Pike Road Historic School and the Pike Road Elementary School sites. She is also here to assist you and your learner.
Tina White earned her B.S. Degree in Family and Child Development from Auburn University, her M.S. in Counseling from Troy University and her E.D. S from The University of Alabama Birmingham. She has been in Education for 17 years and has worked as an Elementary, Middle and Magnet High School counselor. Mrs. White has recently worked at the district level for the past three years in Student Support Services, as an Education Specialist.
She is married with one child and lives in Pike Road.