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Danielle Fryman

Mrs. Fryman

Guidance Counselor

Sharon Knight


Mrs. Knight

Guidance Secretary

See Mrs. Knight if you need to schedule a parent/teacher conference.

Cecelia Hale

Cecelia HaleRTI/MTSS Coordinator

Kimberly Gray

Ms. Gray

CHS Mental Health Counselor

Robbin Alexander

Mr. Alexander

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A Welcome from Mrs. fryman

Welcome to the 2021-2022 school year! I am so very honored and excited to begin this new year with you as guidance counselor. We have all overcome so many challenges over the past year and we will emerge stronger despite. Just like athletes that train and condition in the most strenuous situations in order to perform at their full potential, our strength and character are built when times are tough. This can only mean one thing: We are strong and ready to perform!

I am Danielle Fryman, and I began my journey in the Escambia County School District in 1998 after completing a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education at the University of South Alabama. That journey led me through many experiences which include working with pre-K, elementary and middle school students, and a short time working with the Florida Center for Reading Research. My middle school years have been spent right here at Brown-Barge immersing myself in the integrated curriculum that is so very successful here. My certification includes Early Childhood, Elementary, Gifted K-12, ESE K-12, Social Science 5-9, and Math 5-9. I also hold certification in Youth Mental Health First Aid, Trust Based Relational Interventions (TBRI) in the Classroom, and Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Trauma in Schools (CBITS). I am currently working in a graduate program with the University of West Alabama toward a Master's in School Counseling. I have been married to my husband, Troy, for 23 years and we are raising our four children who range from college age to elementary; 18, 16, 13, and 10. We enjoy anything outside from camping and mountain biking, boating and swimming to baseball, soccer and dirtbike racing.

My counseling philosophy is that counseling is the opportunity and intention, as a professional, to cultivate a relationship with individuals, groups, and families with the goal of enabling them to experience the fullness of mental health, wellness, and education through both preventive and restorative practices as appropriate to their healthy, normal development, as well as empowering and connecting them with resources that further support their needs. 

Please know that I am available to you and your family to enable your success as a student at Brown-Barge. With our amazing guidance team that includes a mental health counselor, social worker, student resources coordinator and guidance secretary, we are thrilled to walk with you through your middle school journey.

Blessings for a great year,

Danielle Fryman

Guidance Counselor

The Fryman Family

Records Requests

Escambia County Public Schools is partnering with scriborder.com to order records for former students. The records available are transcript, students records and education verifications.

Per District policy and the Family Education Right and Privacy (FERPA) student’s records are only available to those who have authorization from the student or parent, guardian or responsible person if the student is less than 18 years of age. If the student is 18 years of age or
older, school records will not be released to a parent, guardian, or responsible person with student's written consent.

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Resources for Military Families

Who are military & family life counselors and what do they do?

Child and Youth Behavioral (CYB) Military & Family Life Counselors (MFLC) are:

  • Masters or Doctorate level licensed counselors specializing in child and youth behavioral issues
  • Available at no cost to assist children, parents, and staff

Our on-campus Military & Family Life Counselor is available to offer a wide range of support to military families to include, but not limited to:

  • Improving social skills and maintaining friendships
  • Modeling behavioral techniques
  • Adapting to relocation
  • Deployment and separation
  • Reunion adjustment
  • Sibling and parent-child communication
  • Coping with changes in family dynamics
  • Managing anger
  • Building self-esteem, confidence, and leadership skills
  • Counseling for fear, grief, and loss
  • Facilitating peer groups
  • Being available to parents and staff to discuss concerns and provide resources

All services are private and confidential with the exception of child abuse, neglect, domestic abuse, and other duty-to-warn situations.

Additional resources:

School Liaison Officer

Fleet & Family Support Center

Military OneSource

Military Child Education Coalition

Free Tutoring

BBMS Military & Family Life Counselor Contact info:

Office: 850-903-0497

Cell: 850-377-8552

Students of the Month

September

Lead the Way Namiyah Maldonado
Bridges Eric Lin
Encore Marley Ward

 

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Rise 1 Noah Majors
Rise 2 Natalie Majors
Encore Matthew Walters

 

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