Mary FullerGrandview Junior HighCounselorTHE PRIVILEGE OF A LIFETIME IS BEING WHO YOU ARE.-Joseph Campbellmfuller1@gvisd.orgoffice 817-866-2492fax 817-866-3912
At Grandview Junior High our goal is to equip students to become successful learners, responsible citizens, and productive members in our community.
Ways School Counselors Assist Students
- Character education
- Violence prevention
- Transitions to new situations
- Orienting to new school
- Coordinating prevention/intervention programs
- Advising on course selection
- Assisting in testing and interpreting scores
- Providing counseling to individuals or groups
- Supporting efforts of staff, parents, and community in promoting student development
- Consulting with teachers and parents on behalf of students
- Clarifying post-graduation plans
- Help to resolve academic or career questions
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Rachel's Challenge Objectives for Schools: Create a safe learning environment for students.
http://www.texasscholars.org/career_planning A program to help motivate students to take a more purposeful approach to high school and to help plan their career.
http://www.commonsensemedia.org/ Awesome website on Cyber Safety for parents and educators. Gives worksheets and examples of cyberbullying and social networking.
http://www.pacerteensagainstbullying.org/#/home Awesome- up-to-date website that covers everything about bullying. Includes interactive activities, real-life videos, and wonderful advice for parents and kids about bullying.
http://www.nsteen.org NSTeens resources empower tweens (children ages 8 - 12) to make safer online choices through lessons taught in a series of animated videos.
Another great resource is the Grandview High School Counselors' Corner.