• Counselor Contact Information

  • About Ms. Samuels (6th Grade)

    Ms. Casandra Samuels

    6th Grade Counselor

    Hey Radloff family!My name is Mrs. Casandra Samuels and I am the 6th grade counselor. I am excited for the opportunity to work with the 6th grade students and their families as well as the teachers, administrators and Radloff staff and community. My passion is to help young people navigate through life by setting personal goals, learning healthy social and emotional behaviors, and striving to reach their full academic potential.


    This year marks my 6th year as an educator. I began as a high school teacher and the last three years I worked as a middle school counselor. I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at the University of South Dakota and went on to complete my Master of Education in School Counseling at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. 


    I just moved to Georgia this summer and I have now officially lived in every region of the U.S. I am excited to make Gwinnett County my home! My favorite things to do are spend time with my family which includes my husband, daughter, and soon to be son. I love playing basketball and softball, hiking, going to the beach, reading and listening to music.


    My goal is to support all students and families, so please don’t hesitate to contact me by email or phone if you need my assistance. I am looking forward to a fantastic school year!

  • About Dr. Sampson (7th Grade & SpEd)

    Dr. Jacquelyn Sampson

    Gear Up & Special Education Counselor

    My name is Dr. Jacquelyn Sampson, and I serve as the Peer Leadership teacher and an RTI Coordinator at Radloff. It is an honor and a pleasure to be a member of the Radloff Family.  Leading, guiding and counseling students are my true passions as an educator. My role is to assist children emotionally, socially, academically, and in any other areas that I can support in the best interest of the student. 

    My educational background includes a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science with a concentration in Public Health, a Master’s degree in School Counseling K-12, and a Doctorate’s degree in Educational Leadership K-12. I have served three and a half years as a middle school science teacher, 2 years as a high school counselor, 3 years as a middle school assistant principal, and this is my 9th year serving as a middle school counselor. 

    As a Peer Leadership teacher, I make sure students are taught the characteristics of an effective leader along with changing a negative mindset into a positive mindset when handling challenging situations. The class consists of journal writings, leadership characteristic of the week, leadership projects, and individual and group activities. 

    I look forward to working with, supporting, helping, teaching, and meeting the needs of students by any means necessary. I am looking forward to a Super Fantastic school year! 

  • About Ms. Christie (8th Grade & Gear Up)

    Ms. Aneisha Christie

    8th Grade Counselor

    Welcome to another fantastic school year! I am excited about working with 8th grade students and their families.