CHS Bids Farewell to Memorable Staff Members

By Ethan S., Miller

After 30 years of teaching and counseling, 10 of which were spent at CHS, former internship coordinator, resource counselor and current director of Counseling Services, Robin Moore, plans to retire at the end of this school year.

Moore will be remembered for her over 30 years of veteran leadership and a decisive, take charge attitude.

“She is compassionate and endearing,”counselor Gary Carter said. “If a meeting ever ran long she would give the rest of the counselors lunches and always catered for parties and celebrations.”

Moore plans to take the summer off and spend time with family and friends and eventually, for the first time in 30 years, take a vacation during the first week of September.

While this decision takes Moore away from the day-to-day aspect of students lives, she feels she will make an impact in the private sector through her Neuro-Counseling work.

Neuro-Counseling, a new “cutting edge” type of therapy, targets weak spots in the brain and can help to improve timing and reduce anxiety and stress.

“I feel like I’m just starting a different chapter in my life,” Moore said.”If I can do anything to help students or people be able to deal with stress or anxiety better, then I feel like I’m making a real contribution to people.”

After 30 years of long hard work, Moore is ready to turn the page on CHS and start anew.

“You can be sad to leave one thing and happy to start another thing,” Moore said. “I’m just looking forward to a change of venue. I think it will be good.”