RHMS School Counselors
Our counselors are responsible for the support and guidance of our students.
The mission of Rogers-Herr Middle School’s counseling program is to provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program designed to promote the formation of productive and responsible citizens by assisting all students
develop academic, career, and personal/social competencies.
The counselors at Rogers-Herr Middle School believe the school counseling program is an essential and integrate part of the overall educational process. Our belief is that all students have dignity, worth, and the right to participate in the school counseling program. We believe that all students’ ethnic, cultural, racial, sexual differences and special needs are considered in planning and implementing the school counseling program.
Visit the RHMS Counseling Corner website for more information.
Meet our counselors:
Ryanne Logan, Counselor
Hello, my name is Ryanne Logan, counselor for the 8th Grade and Pathfinder Team (7th Grade). I am also the coordinator for Federal 504 Plans and Rogers-Herr volunteers. I have been a Ram since January 2015. I am from Raleigh, NC and excited to be a part of the Rogers-Herr family. I received my Bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina in Greensboro and my Master's from NC Agricultural and Technical State University. I enjoy eating good food, laughing, and spending time with friends and family.
Chancie Chaney, Counselor
Hello, I am Ms. Chaney! I am the school counselor for our 6th graders and 7th grade Pioneer Team. I am originally from Florida where I received my Bachelor’s degree from Florida Southern College. After college I combined my passion for traveling with my passion for young people and spent several years working in youth leadership development across the US and abroad. I moved to Durham in 2011 to attend UNC at Chapel Hill where I obtained my M.Ed in School Counseling. My husband and I have two children and we enjoy exploring the area with our dog Walter. I love to partner with students, empowering them to create the change they want to see in their lives.