Dickinson ISD Guidance and Counseling

Dickinson ISD is committed to following the Texas Model for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs.

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The 4 Key Components in this model are:

  1. Guidance Curriculum - our counselors offer guidance lessons directly to students on a variety of topics and arrange for various mental health presentations.
  2. Responsive Services - our counselors offer individual counseling sessions, parent consultations regarding individual student needs and help with coordinating with our district's social workers or outside referral sources.
  3. Individual Planning - beginning in junior high, our counselors offer career guidance, parent and student consultation regarding planning and goal setting, as well as assisting with resources for post-high school education and training opportunities.
  4. System Support - our counselors are committed to providing community outreach opportunities, include parent education programs, teacher consultations and assisting on campus and district improvement committees.

 

The DISD Counseling Program is led by:

 

 

Texas Model
Elementary Counselors

Bay Colony Elementary School:  Brooke Demartino

Calder Road Elementary School: Kimberly Jackson

Hughes Road Elementary School:  Jennefer Bell

Jake Silbernagel Elementary School: Tameka Henry

K.E. Little Elementary School: Shannon Clark

San Leon Elementary School: Jennifer Lorenzo

Lobit Elementary School: Jennifer Kilpatrick

Middle School Counselors

Barber Middle School: Melissa Carpenter

Dunbar Middle School: Marcella Chambers

Lobit Middle School:  Patrice Carhart

Junior High School Counselors

Kranz Junior High

7th Grade: Amanda Cavazos

8th Grade: Katrina Reliford

McAdams Junior High

7th Grade: Cebrina Ramirez

8th Grade: Shelby Cruse 


At Dickinson High School counselors assist students in course selection, college preparation, scholarship application and testing. Dickinson High School graduates collectively are regularly awarded between one-quarter and one million dollars in scholarships for college tuition.

To begin the college preparation process, students work with counselors selecting college preparation coursework including advanced placement courses, register for and take college entrance exams and make application to the desired institutions.

Angie Estes

Lead Counselor

Jonathan Price

9th Grade (A-L)

Leslie Sarno

9th Grade (M-Z)

Tara Amaya

10th Grade

Mallory Castillo

11th Grade

Terry Herbert

12th Grade

Haley Jackson

College and Career Center

Erica Pineda

Special Education

Tara Shetler

Testing Coordinator






Dr. Angie Estes

Lead Secondary Counselor

Secretarial Support Staff

Fatima Bravo Mares

DHS Main Campus

Liza Chapa

DHS 9th grade

 

The mission of the Dickinson Independent School District is to ensure that all students have safe and successful learning opportunities that help them reach their full potential and add quality throughout their lives. 

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