National School Counseling Week, Feb. 6-10, is a week to celebrate the invaluable contributions school counselors make within their schools and in the lives of their students and communities.Continue reading
Feb. 6-10 is National School Counseling Week, and the theme this year is “Helping Students Dream Big.” School Counselors play a vital role in the lives of our scholars. They help our families find solutions to real-life problems and point them toward vital resources.
Join HISD in celebrating by highlighting the tremendous impact your school counselors have in helping students achieve school success and plan for the future.Continue reading
February 7th-11th is National School Counseling Week, and the theme this year is “School Counseling: Better Together.”Continue reading
If an HISD school counselor has ever helped you or your family to calm an anxious student, console a grieving child, or help with plans for college success, then take a moment to thank him or her. February 6–10 is National School Counseling Week, and the theme this year is “School Counselors: Helping students realize their potential.”
National School Counseling Week, sponsored by the American School Counselor Association, highlights the contributions that school counselors make in helping students achieve success and prepare for college and careers.
Please join HISD in recognizing the unique contribution to the academic success and personal well-being of our students that district counselors make each and every day. Share photos and posts on social media using #NSCW17 and #HISDcounselors.
HISD’s Counseling and Student Support Department provides districtwide support and resources for 286 campuses. The department works in collaboration with counselors, registrars, records clerks and other individuals providing counseling, guidance, and student support. Moreover, the department helps families find solutions to real-life problems, and points them toward additional resources. The Counseling and Student Support Department aims to ensure all students gain academic and personal tools to successfully reach their full potential, ultimately resulting in graduation.