• Welcome, Huskies, to the 2023-2024 school year! The School Counselor is here to facilitate academic, career and social/emotional development with all of our Baldwin Intermediate students. 

    Academic goal: Students will acquire the academic preparation essential to choose from a variety of educational, training and employment options upon completion of secondary school.

    Career goal: Students will investigate the world of work in order to make informed career decisions. 

    Personal/Social goal: Students will acquire an understanding of, and respect for, self and others, and the skills to be responsible citizens.


    Mission and Vision Statements


    The comprehensive counseling program provides a warm and secure environment that nurtures all students’ strengths, talents, and hopes so that they engage and flourish in their educational programs. 


    All students will be empowered to attain their goals in their academic, career exploration, and social/emotional development to prepare to become positive members of their communities. 


Phone: 571-921-8040


Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Auburn University Master of Education in Counselor Education from Florida International University

Mrs. White

This is Mrs. White's 6th year at Baldwin Intermediate and she is excited to work with our 5th and 6th grade Huskies!

She has been at MCPS for 12 years and worked prior to that as a School Counselor for 7 years in Miami, Florida. 

Mrs. White enjoys empowering, supporting and advocating for all of the students in the school.

Her favorite free time activities are spending time with her family and being outdoors walking and hiking.  


Hopes and goals Mrs. White has this year for all Huskies are that they:

•     Gain self-esteem and friendships through showing empathy, kindness and respect 

•     Develop ability and skill to identify, manage and express their emotions 

•     Become engaged learners by taking risks in class, making mistakes and persevering 


"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."