Tonya Womack Campbell

Phone: 972-522-3609

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BA in Psychology, Southern Methodist University MA in Counseling, Dallas Baptist University Member of Lone Star State School Counselors Association Member of American School Counselors Association

Tonya Womack Campbell

School Counselor, YMLA

Servicing Students with Alpha A-L

 

Tonya Womack Campbell is a former Family and Consumer Science Teacher right here at Kennedy Middle School.  She is a Masters Level Professional School Counselor.  She is a product of Grand Prairie Schools,  attending Ochoa, Lee Middle School, and Grand Prairie High School.  Mrs. Campbell attended Southern Methodist University (SMU) obtaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She went on to earn her Masters in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University (DBU).  Mrs. Campbell is a Member of the Lone Star State School Counselors Association and American School Counselors Association.  Her interests are dancing, lifting weights, and rapping (poetry).

 Lawrence Randle

Phone: 972-522-3653

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

MA in School Counseling, Amberton University BA in Elementary Education, Dillard University Member of Lone Star State School Counselors Association Member of American School Counselors Association

Lawrence Randle

School Counselor, YMLA 

Servicing Students with Alpha M-Z

 

Lawrence Randle III is a former math teacher who went after his passion to help others through counseling.  He is a Masters Level Professional School Counselor originally from San Antonio.  He attended Dillard University in New Orleans earning his Bachelor of Arts in Education in 2003.  He went on to get his Masters in School Counseling from Amberton University in 2016.  Mr. Randle shows excellence in helping mentor young men to become great and productive members of society.  He also on the AVID team and supports the drive and determination of our students.  Mr. Randle is a member of the American School Counselor’s Association and the Lone Star State School Counselor’s Association.  His interests are basketball, running, working out, and listening to music.

  • Middle school is an exciting time in an adolescent’s life and the counselors at the Young Men's Leadership Academy are here to help students succeed in school and life, and gain greater understanding of themselves and others. We strive to help students learn and practice vital life skills that will help them make positive choices, overcome adversity, and learn how to build positive relationships. 

    The counseling office at the middle school level serves students in a variety of ways, including scheduling, testing, special programs, and assistance with personal concerns. The counseling office also has information available about community resources to address personal concerns. 
     
    We hope any student who needs extra assistance will come and visit a counselor. We look forward to working with you.