Our counseling program focuses on whole student wellness so that every student will "level-up" and engage in rigorous learning and build the skills necessary to develop their full potential. Professional School Counselors are available to all students and families and are an integral part of the school experience.
Parents are encouraged to call the counselor for information or assistance on any matter concerning a student.
Our district Comprehensive School Counseling Program provides services to all students in the following areas to support student development and academic excellence:
Guidance curriculum is delivered in collaboration with school counselors and campus staff to serve all students through developmentally appropriate lessons and activities for various sized groups of students.
School counselors guide, monitor, and assist students and their families to meet their educational, career, personal, social and post secondary goals. Through a variety of resources, individual planning or small focus groups are used to assist with the implementation of personalized planning.
Responsive services may be preventive, remedial, or crisis in nature. School counselors support students and respond effectively to offer services to address their immediate needs through individual counseling, small group, consultation, or a referral to services outside the school or district.
System Support is the foundation of the comprehensive school counseling program. This includes program management as well as assessing student and campus data to identify and coordinate resources and activities on campus that indirectly benefit students. School counselors assess and ensure the delivery of a high quality school counseling program.
College, career, and military life will offer your student countless opportunities for their future.
Here are some simple things you can do to help your student prepare for a bright future.
No matter how young your student is, it is never too early to begin planning for the future and talking with your student about it.
Communicate your expectations to your student about his or her behavior and performance in school.
Have frequent conversations with your student about schoolwork, goals and the importance of education.
Motivate your student to try new activities, volunteer in the community and succeed in school. Studies have shown that students involved in school activities enjoy school more and do better academically. Extra activities at school help students make new friends, gain confidence and new skills and have fun!
With just a small investment of time each week, you can make a big difference in the life of a young person in Klein ISD. All you need to do is listen, show that you care and be there to build a positive relationship. It’s the little things that make a big impact and volunteering in the Klein ISD Mentor Program is the perfect way to pass along encouragement and support to our students.
ALERT: Nationwide Emergency Alert System Test Taking Place Today
Please be advised that the federal government will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) on Wednesday, October 4, at 1:20 PM Central Time.
What to Expect
All cell phones will receive a text message accompanied by a unique tone and vibration. Radios and televisions will also broadcast a test emergency alert.
Potential Classroom Disruption
We understand that the timing of this test coincides with school hours. Please be prepared for a momentary interruption during class or activities. Teachers and staff are informed and will handle the situation to minimize disruption while ensuring students understand that it is only a test. We also ask parents to share this info with their children so they know the alert is only a test.
Cell Phone: "THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed."
Radio/TV: "This is a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System, issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. This is only a test. No action is required by the public."
This test is part of the federal government's ongoing efforts to ensure the effectiveness of emergency alert systems. No action is needed on your part when you receive this alert.
Thank you for your attention to this important matter.