Counseling & Whole Student Wellness

The Counseling Program focuses upon helping every student have a feeling of self-worth and dignity, helping the student to understand him/herself, enabling the student to fully develop potential, and helping the student to achieve greater self-direction in situations where he/she must exercise choice.


Guidance Program
Guidance services will be available to all students. Counselors are ready to give personal, educational, and vocational counseling and guidance whenever it is needed. The scope of the services provided by the counselors includes orientation, inventories and case studies, information-giving, individual and group counseling, placement and scheduling, standardized test result interpretation, identification of students with special abilities or needs, parent consultations, and referrals to outside agencies. Parents are encouraged to call the counselor for information or assistance on any matter concerning a student.

 Whole Student Character Development & Support .pdf 

The Elementary Guidance Program assists students to develop the skills they need to enhance their personal, social, educational, and career development. The scope of the services provided by the counselors includes:

  • orientation to new environments
  • individual and group counseling
  • guidance activities
  • information dissemination
  • parental consultations
  • referral to outside agencies
  • other topic activities as deemed necessary and appropriate

Parents are encouraged to call the counselor for information or assistance on any matter concerning the students. For more information click Contact your school counselor to find campus information.

The Secondary Guidance Program also assists students as they develop the skills they need to enhance their personal, social, educational, and career development. The scope of the services provided by the secondary counselors includes:

  • orientation
  • information dissemination
  • individual and group counseling
  • placement and scheduling
  • pupil appraisal
  • interpretation of state-mandated assessments
  • identification of students with special abilities or needs
  • parental consultations
  • referrals to outside agencies
  • Other topic activites as the deemed necessary and appropiate

Parents are encouraged to call the counselor for assistance on any matter concerning the students. For more information click on the Secondary Guidance Program link to the left.

The documents below are in PDF format. If you do not have Adobe’s free Reader, please click here.

Course Catalog 2019-20

https://www.promise2purpose.net/

For More Information:

Kayla Shaw, M.Ed, LPC
Officer for Counseling and Whole Student Wellness
kshaw@kleinisd.net
832-249-4703
For Campus Guidance Programs, please click Contact your school Counselors navigation button on left.

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