• campbell

    I am honored to be a part of the Bulldog family as the school counselor at Charles A. Gill Elementary! I have been in education for over 10 years-I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree from Houston-Tillotson College in Austin, Texas; and Master of Education in School Counseling from Prairie View A&M University in Prairie, Texas. Please don't hesitate to contact me if I can help you in any way. My door is always open. I firmly believe we can make a different if we do it "together".

    Sincerly,                               

    Mrs. Campbell
     
    My role as a school counselor:
    My role as your child's school counselor is to help all students fully develop their academic, career, personal, and social abilities. School counselors work with the school faculty and staff, students, parents, and the community to plan, implement, and evaluate developmental guidance and counseling programs for all students. (TEC. Section 33.005)
     
    What services do school counselors provide?
    Guidance Lessons Address academic achievement concerns Interpret standardized tests and results Intervene in crisis situations Provide counseling for family transitions (i.e. death, divorce, new sibling, etc.) Help students adjust to school and changes Assist teachers with student needs Provide referral information on community resources for ADHD, depression, social, emotional, and learning difficulties, etc. Provide summer school informationComprehensive Guidance Program: Character Counts/ R-Time (ongoing monthly initiative) College Week (September) Red Ribbon Week (October) Career Day
     
    Helpful Links:
    This is a very informational website for teachers, parents and students. It will help provide an understanding of what bullying is and what to do if it occurs.
    This website has lots of great information regarding careers!
    Guidance Lessons:
    Counselor Orientation/Student Code of Conduct-"Who is your School Counselor?" Anti-Bullying Lesson Anti-Victimization Lesson utilizing the "WHO" program Higher Education Lessons Wellness Suicide Prevention