Mia & Mommy
Waffles for the staff!
Meet your counselor!
I am from Houston, Texas. I have been married to Mr. Tellez for 11 years. We welcomed our first child, Mia, in January 2018! I was a teacher before I became a counselor. I have taught third grade and first grade before I became a school counselor. This will be my fifth year of being a counselor at York Elementary.
I graduated from Alvin High School. I earned my Associate's Degree in Elementary Education from Alvin Community College. I graduated with my Bachelor's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (Education) from the University of Houston-Victoria. I earned my Master's Degree in School Counseling from Lamar University.
I decided to become a school counselor because I will have the opportunity to work with so many great students in all grade levels. My goal as a school counselor is to promote all students' personal and academic success through careful collaboration with teachers, administrators, and parents.
Candy- Gum, Jelly Beans, Gummy Bears, Starbursts & White chocolate
Restaurants- Chic Fil A, TX Roadhouse, Gringo's, Marco's Pizza, Jimmy Changas, Big Horn BBQ, and Panera Bread
Drinks: Diet Dr. Pepper, Sweet Tea, Coffee, and Cold Water
Favorite stores: Amazon, Hobby Lobby, and Kirklands
I collect windchimes & frames.
What does a Counselor do?
A school counselor is an integral part of a school system that supports the academic, social, and career goals of the students to promote their success now and in the future.
Some of my roles include, but are not limited to:
Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Coordinator
Secure outside resources for students and families when possible
Backpack Buddy (for families that need assistance with food)
Homeless liaison for York Elementary
Assist parents and teachers in supporting the students with their academic, social, emotional, and career needs
Member of Response to Intervention (RTI) Team (for academic & behavior assistance)
Any additional campus needs
Watch D.O.G.S. Information
Unfortunately, we will not be able to have Watch D.O.G.S. on campus right now due to COVID-19. The decision of not having visitors on campus might change depending on instructions from Governor Abbot and Alvin ISD . Thanks for understanding!
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Calling all dads, step-dads, grandfathers, and any other father figures of York Elementary Students!
Click on this Watch D.O.G.S. information link to read all about the program.
Click on the links that best suits your needs to volunteer:
I will continue to update resources for students and parents in this section.
Brazoria County Counseling Center http://www.bccounselingcenter.org/
Youth & Family Counseling Services https://yfcs.org/site/
The Harris Center--833-251-7544-- Focused on helping those experiencing chronic stress/anxiety related to COVID-19
The Steve Fund-- Text STEVE to 741741-- Connect with a culturally trained crisis counselor
National Parent Helpline--1-855-427-2736- Emotional support for parents from trained specialists
Department of Health & Human Services-- 211, Option 6 -- General questions around COVID-19
Boys Town--800-448-3000-- Opportunity to speak with a trained counselor in times of family crisis
Food Banks in Brazoria County https://alvinhope.com/food-banks
Brazoria County Housing Authority https://affordablehousingonline.com/housing-authority/Texas/Brazoria-County-Housing-Authority/TX484
Pearland Neighborhood Center https://pnctexas.com/
United Way https://www.uwbc.org/mission-and-vision-0
The Well on Masters Road https://www.thewellonmastersroad.com/about
Alvin ISD READy Program https://www.alvinisd.net/readyprogram