Welcome to the LCHS Counselor's Corner!!!

Professional School Counselor

All Grades Last Names A - I


Mrs. Yaminoh Childress-Dunbar, M.ED

Phone: (662) 996-3060 ext. 1015

FAX: (662) 996-2521

About the Counselor

I am very excited to be a part of the Gator family,  I am looking forward to all the wonderful things that are in store for the Gator Family this year!

I taught sixth grade Science (Life, Earth, and Physical) for three years in the MS Delta from 2001-2004.  Those were some very exciting and rewarding years in my life. I also have a fourteen year history in Mental Health Therapy, 2004- 2018, but am excited to be able to experience the academic side of counseling.  However, my mental health roots run deep and I am sure it will be utilized the same..:)

I am a proud 2004 graduate of Alcorn State University, with a Master's of Science Degree in Guidance Education. I love my Alcorn State family, the home of the BRAVES! # Back2BackSWACEastChamps #BraveStrong

I also received my Bachelor of Science Degree from Alcorn State University in 2001 in education.

Professional School Counselor 

All Grades Last Names J - P

Close up of Mrs. McIntyre

Dr. Tameka McIntyre

Phone: (662) 996-3060 ext. 1014

Fax: (662) 996-2521

About the Counselor

“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” -Maya Angelou

I am a proud graduate of The University of Southern Mississippi, where I received my Bachelor of Science degree.  Prior to, I obtained my Associates of Nursing Degree from Holmes Community College. Once I obtained both degrees, I realized that my true passion was linked to the "helping profession" of which I desired to focus more in the educational sector of such field. At that time, I began teaching 7th grade Science and Biology in the MS Delta. While teaching, I proceeded to obtain my Master of Education in Counseling Education, which opened the door to such an amazing profession of which I hold today.

I strongly believe that an educated mind is one of the most valuable resources to have in life. With such a belief and personal goal of mine, I later sought to obtain my Ph.D. in Education from THEE Jackson State University. As a Professional School Counselor, I take great pride and pleasure in advocating for students in pursuit of a future that will open doors beyond their imagination. I am elated to join the Gator Family, as we continue to "CHUMP" our way through this awesome school year.

Professional School Counselor

All Grades Last Names Q - Z

Mr. Neal

Mr. Parker Neal

Phone: (662) 996-3060 ext. 1010

Fax: (662) 996-2521

About the Counselor

I am very excited to be a new addition to Lake Cormorant High School! I am looking forward to this great opportunity and to be a part of the Gator family.

I received my Bachelor of Business Administration from The University of Mississippi. I realized quickly that my true passion was to work with students, specifically helping them be successful now and encouraging them to think about life after high school. I completed my Master of Science in School Counseling from The University of Memphis. This is the first school that I have worked at as a school counselor, and it has been a great experience.

I am very passionate about education, and I am here to be an advocate and provide support for my students. Please feel free to contact me if I can be of any assistance. I think this is going to be an awesome school year! #GoGators

Mission Statement

To effectively provide a comprehensive and developmentally appropriate program geared towards addressing students’ academic and social needs, in a safe and confidential environment.

Vision Statement

To encourage and empower every student to become the best version of themselves by using a comprehensive program that addresses their academic, personal, social, and career goals. We believe ALL students have greatness within them. With the collaborative efforts of the school, home, and community all students will have an opportunity for success throughout their high school years and into adulthood, becoming productive citizens in their respective communities.


  1. To promote the personal, and social development of every student through individual counseling, small group counseling,  and preventive education.
  2. To encourage academic growth and success in students, by offering classroom guidance.
  3. To encourage career readiness, by identifying personal abilities, skills, interests, and motivations.