​ADMISSIONS​&SCHOOL COUNSELING

Gatlinburg-Pittman Counselors and Registrar:

Don Bohanan is a School Counselor and has been at Gatlinburg-Pittman for 44 years. Mr. Bo graduated from Pi Beta Phi and attended Tennessee Tech university and graduated with a bachelor in Education. He continued his studies and graduated with a Masters in Education Psychology and Guidance. Mr. Bo did not stop there he continued on and received his Educational Specialist degree in Education and Guidance in 1975.  Mr. Bo enjoys History and Genealogy he is also married to a loving wife and they have two sons. 

Kristi Cantrell is a School Counselor and has been at Gatlinburg-Pittman for 24 years. Kristi graduated from GPHS and attended to the University of Tennessee and earned a Bachelors of Science in 1989. Kristi graduated from East Tennessee State University in 1993 with a Masters of Education. She continued and earned her Educational Specialist degree from the University of Tennessee. 

 

Audrea Potter is a School Counselor with 12 years of high school counseling experience.  Audrea is a graduate of Sevier County High School, and is originally from eastern Kentucky.  She earned her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and Political Science in 2002 and Masters of Education and Counseling in 2006 from Carson-Newman.  Audrea also earned an Educational Specialist degree from Liberty University in 2012.  She enjoys family time on the lake with her husband and two daughters.

Krissy Sims has been the registrar at Gatlinburg-Pittman for many years.  She has worked at GPHS in some capacity for 30 years.  She married GPHS Alumni Roger Sims and has two children Hagen Sims and Karsen Sims that are GPHS graduates.  The highlander pride in this family runs deep. 

 


Tennessee Promise Meeting

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March 4, 2019

5:00 - 6:00 pm

To request more information:


Contact the Admissions Office

Mon-Fri 8am - 4pm

(865) 436-5637 Phone

(865) 436-2567 Fax

You can also request more information with this form:

The Sevier County Board of Education is committed to taking immediate action to eliminate harassment on the basis of disability, prevent its recurrence, and address its effects.  The Sevier County Board of Education does not tolerate harassment on the basis of disability.  Students and school personnel who believe that they have been subjected to harassment on the basis of disability are encouraged to report the harassment to the District.  Those students, parents, and school personnel who believe they have been subjected to harassment on the basis of disability are encouraged to contact their principal or the Director of Student Services and ADA/Section 504/Title II Coordinator, Dr. John Enloe, (865)453-4671, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee  37862.  Those students or employees who have been found to engage in acts of harassment on the basis of disability will be promptly disciplined up to and including suspension and/or dismissal.  Students, parents, and school personnel are encouraged to work together to prevent harassment on the basis of disability.  

 

The Sevier County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age (40 and over), sex, special education status, religion, pregnancy, military/veteran status, or genetic information in provision of educational opportunities, programs, activities, or employment opportunities/benefits.  Inquiries, questions or complaints related to students or disabilities should be referred to your principal or to the Director of Student Services and ADA/Section 504/Title II Coordinator: Dr. John Enloe, (865) 453-4671, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee 37862.  Inquiries, questions or complaints related to employees should be referred to your principal or to the Assistant Superintendent of Finance and Human Resources: Karen King, (865) 453-4671, 226 Cedar Street, Sevierville, Tennessee 37862.  If you have questions or concerns regarding any of the above, please call the main office at 865-453-4671.