SCHOOL COUNSELORS 2020-2021
ext. 3002 - Clifford School, Ms. Cortney Sharman
Cortney Sharman is happy to be back at Swedesboro-Woolwich School District for her 3rd year. Miss Sharman graduated from Rowan University with her bachelors in Psychology and her masters in School Counseling. She enjoys spending time on the beach, with family and friends, reading, cooking and football Sunday's!
ext. 2219 - Walter Hill School, Ms. Linsley Shainline
Linsley Shainline has been in district for many years. She began her career teaching Kindergarten and continued to earn her School Counseling degree. Linsley likes to spend time with her family and friends, and enjoys the beach any time of year!
ext. 1085 - Stratton School, Ms. Ranae Pollicino
Ranae Pollicino has been in the Swedesboro-Woolwich District for 34 years. She student-taught in our district, and began her career as a Physical Education Teacher in 1987 at the Hill School. She has an undergraduate degree in PE, and two master degrees. Ms. P loves animals, music, fitness, and doing projects at home.
ext. 4219 - Harker School, Ms. Brielle Scott
Brielle Scott is thrilled to be joining our district. She went to Rowan University for her duel Bachelor's in Elementary Education and Math/Science and Rutgers University for her Master's of Education in Counseling Psychology. Ms. Scott has experience as a teacher and as a behavioral health therapist in schools. Ms. Scott loves animals, especially cats, enjoys reading, listening to music, watching movies, and spending time with her family!
ext. 4005 - Harker School, Ms. Tricia-Leigh Best
Please welcome Miss Best, counselor for character programs at Harker School. Miss Best holds a Master’s degree in Counseling from Rider University. Miss Best is passionate about character education and positive behavior support. She brings her experience as an elementary school teacher as well as counselor to our school as she promotes Comet Pride. She discusses topics like problem solving, friendship skills, conflict resolution, integrity, honesty, and compassion, among many topics. Miss Best also uses fun and interactive tutorials and lessons to guide students to celebrate and embrace diversity. Miss Best enjoys reading, writing, traveling, and playing tennis, and she loves jazz music and board games. Her favorite food is pizza and her favorite movie is Finding Nemo. Miss Best’s favorite quote is “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be”, by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Please welcome Miss Best!