Dear Parents of AMS Tigers,
We have had a great start to the 21-22 school year. The counseling team is excited to share the Atascocita Middle School Personalized Counseling Plan with our Tiger families. Humble ISD has created this informative video to help parents and students understand the direction our counseling program is moving.
Our counselors will be providing each student with two personalized meetings this school year to ensure all students are able to connect with their counselor. These meetings will include opportunities for the student to set goals, discuss academic progress, and discover their personal college and career readiness. The student will be tracking these individual counseling meetings in Naviance, our high school and post-secondary planning tool.
We look forward to working with each student this year to better serve our community for stronger mental health and social-emotional education for all. We have one-of-a-kind students who deserve one-of-a-kind counseling.
Thank you from The Counseling Team,
Shabana Guel, 6th Grade
Julie Goodman, 7th Grade
Crystal Nichols, 8th Grade
Student Reminder: Every second Tuesday of each month we will be highlighting a college or university.Wear your favorite college/university shirt!The Four Components of the Counseling Program:Guidance:
Helping all students develop basic life skills in the areas of self confidence, motivation to achieve, decision making, effectiveness, and responsible behavior.
With preventive and remedial interventions, the counselor works with student, parents, and other professionals to move students toward resolution of their problems.
Students are guided as they manage their educational and personal-social development.
School counselors consult with teachers and administrators on behalf of students, parents, and staff.Counselors can help...* Students develop a better understanding and acceptance of themselves.
* Students cope with family changes.
* Students develop decision making and problem solving skills.
* Students develop socially and emotionally to mature in their relationships withothers.
* Students understand themselves in relation to their own development.* Students develop organizational and study skills.* Students prepare for high school and college.
* Parents understand their children's emotions, behaviors, and learning styles.