Welcome to Campbell ISD's Counselor's Corner!
How Counselor's Help...
A counselor works with staff, students, parents and the community to provide developmental assistance to students. They are dedicated to promoting a positive and safe school environment and improving the academic achievements of all students. Counselors help eliminate barriers to success by facilitating access to information, resources and support services appropriate to each student's needs.
Counselors assist students in planning, monitoring, and understanding their own educational and personal development. They play an important role in helping students explore academic options and transition from one grade level to the next.
They also provide individual and group counseling for students whose personal concerns or problems put their personal, social, career and/or educational development at risk.
Counselors direct many campus activities and help promote district activities.
- Cyber safety and Red Ribbon week
- Elementary Guidance
- Middle School College & Career Planning
- High School Orientation
- Career Planning
- Career and College Fairs
- College Day and College Night events
- SAT/ACT Prep and Registration/SAT School Day
- College Financial Aid Workshops
- Multicultural and Diversity Awareness
- Peer Education and Support
- Academic Support
Elementary School Character Education
Character education plays an important part in developing responsible students who have a motivation to achieve. Our elementary school program is centered around six positive character traits:
Counselors use character education to teach young students valuable skills that help them interact and communicate with others, solve problems and make good decisions.
College and Career Planning
Counselors at the middle and high school levels play an important role in helping students with career exploration and planning for college and/or a career.
Counselors help students:
- identify and develop broad career options through flexible individual graduation plans
- reevaluate and revise graduation plans based on their developing interests, talents, and aptitudes
- explore careers that are nontraditional for their gender
- acquire information about current and emerging careers, including employment data and projections
- prepare for high-skill, high-wage careers
- learn about financial aid opportunities for postsecondary education and training
No administrative officer or employee of the Campbell Independent School district, acting in his/her official capacity, may discriminate on the basis of a person’s sex, race, religion, color, age, language, or national origin regarding personnel practices, including assigning, hiring, promoting, compensating, and discharging employees; use of facilities; awarding contracts; or participation in programs.
No student shall, on the basis of sex, race, religion, language or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity sponsored by the school district except as specifically provided in the Title IX implementing regulations.
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