• Clint Jensch
    Grandview Junior High
    -Joseph Campbell
    office 817-866-2492
    fax 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
    Community Resources--local organizations to help support families with crisis or mental health concerns including local food banks and clothing closets
    Please Note:
    Links to other Web sites are provided solely for the user's convenience and have no affiliation with this site. As such, we are not responsible for any information, facts or opinions contained on any of these sites.
    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.stopbullying.gov/index.html A federal government website managed by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
    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.