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Welcome to the DISD Counseling page.
Here you will find information about the services and resources offered by our DISD counseling staff.
Dickinson ISD is committed to following the Texas Model for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs.
The 4 Key Components in this model are:
The DISD Counseling Program is led by:
Bay Colony Elementary School: Brooke Demartino
Bay Colony Counseling Website
Bay Colony Counseling Facebook Page
Calder Road Elementary School: Kimberly Jackson
Calder Road Counseling Website
Hughes Road Elementary School: Jennefer Bell
Hughes Road Counseling Website
Jake Silbernagel Elementary School: Tameka Henry
Silbernagel Counseling Website
K.E. Little Elementary School: Shannon Clark
K.E. Little Counseling Website
K.E. Little Counseling Facebook Page
San Leon Elementary School: Jennifer Lorenzo
San Leon Counseling Website
San Leon Counseling Facebook Page
Lobit Elementary School: Mark Esparza
Lobit Elementary Counseling Website
Top Row: Mark Esparza, Kim Jackson, Shannon Clark
Bottom Row: Jennifer Lorenzo, Jennefer Bell, Tameka Henry, Brooke Demartino
Barber Middle School: Melissa Carpenter
Dunbar Middle School: Darlisha Smith
Lobit Middle School: Patrice Carhart
Lobit Counseling Website
Kranz Junior High
7th Grade: Amanda Cavazos
8th Grade: Katrina Reliford
McAdams Junior High
7th Grade: Cebrina Ramirez
8th Grade: Shelby Cruse
9th Grade (A-L)
9th Grade (M-Z)
College and Career Center
Dr. Angie Estes
Lead Secondary Counselor
Secretarial Support Staff
DHS Main Campus
DHS 9th grade
2020-2021 9th-12th Grade Academic Handbook
2021-2022 9th-12th Grade Academic Handbook
DHS Counseling Center
Request for Transcripts/Records
DHS College and Career Center
In 2018-19, Dickinson ISD applied for the Rebuild Texas Fund Grant and in August 2019, we were awarded the grant, which gives DISD access to over a million dollars in funding. The Rebuild Texas Fund grant is designed to help Dickinson holistically address the mental and emotional health needs of its students from birth to graduation. The project is designed to help students, parents, teachers, and staff recovery from Hurricane Harvey and develop skills to improve their resilience to future traumas. This project will provide Dickinson ISD with a number of supports ranging from technical assistance in designing and implementing the program, funding to add staff, numerous professional development opportunities for our staff and development of a sustainability plan.
All Dickinson ISD campus utilize the Character Strong curriculum.
Character Strong is focused on fostering the whole child with vertically-aligned lessons that teach Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and character, side by side.
SEL Competencies: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills, Responsible Decision-Making
Character Development: Patience, Kindness, Honesty, Respect, Selflessness, Forgiveness, Commitment, Humility
Effective Action Against Bullying
US Department of Education
Info About Kids An Ongoing Collaboration
PBS Kids for Parents
Dickinson Independent School District
2218 FM 517 East | Dickinson, TX 77539
Inclusive of all, Dickinson ISD will cultivate excellence, producing confident, collaborative, goal-driven learners who become empowered citizens in a global society.
Dickinson ISD will equip and empower all learners with skills and experiences to achieve academic excellence and make meaningful contributions to our world.
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