• Welcome to the Woodlawn Counselor Webpage!

    Mike Kane & Crystal Taylor


       Both counselors are available and willing to help all students, but Mr. Kane works mainly with those whose surnames start with "A" - "K", Room 306, while Ms. Taylor works with students whose last name ends in "L" - "Z",Room 307.  
        Both work Mon-Fri at Woodlawn, and are available by phone or appointment from 7:45 to 4:00.  We are rarely in our offices, so please leave a message when you call. We return calls within 24-hrs unless off campus for extended periods. 
    Email is usually the best way to get in contact with either of us.


    Ms. Taylor along with Mr. Kane, work with other professionals in the building as part of the Student Support Team, supporting students' success each and every day.  Our focus is on assisting students to meet the career, academic, and personal/social challenges associated with being a middle school student.  Please call the front office to get in touch with us at (919) 563-3222 or send us an email, we would be more than happy to assist.
    Our Mission Statement
    The mission of the Woodlawn Comprehensive Student Support Services Program is to provide unique and personalized services in an environment that enhances student success and achievement of their educational and life goals, thus preparing them to become responsible citizens in a rapidly changing world.


    Crystal Taylor & Mike Kane

    Note to all parents:  If you are interested in helping us broaden students career thoughts and goals, please volunteer to present at our Career Fair in March 2015.  Call or email Mike or Crystal to find out more information. 



  • The Student Support Services Team's role includes serving as advocate, coordinator, consultant, and liaison between school, home, and the community.  Student support staff influence school policies and work to create system change. 

    The team includes the school nurse, school social worker, school counselor(s), prevention specialist, and high school drop out prevention specialist.  The school psychologist also works closely with the team.  

    The goal of the Student Support Staff in the Alamance-Burlington School System is to assist our schools in helping students to have positive school experiences by reducing barriers academically, emotionally, and physically.


    Our mission is to ensure that all students, regardless of race, religion, national or ethic origin, color, age, disability, socioeconomic status or gender are served equally.  We empower students and their families.

    *In keeping with ethical standards, we keep in confidence personally identifiable information regarding students and/or their family members that has been obtained in the course of professional service; unless disclosure is required or permitted by law or professional standards or is necessary for the personal safety of the student or others.*