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    Beliefs
    • all students are capable of learning and growing into their best and highest capacity.
    • all students have dignity and worth.
    • all students have equal opportunities in the school learning environment.
    • all students can develop an internal drive or motivation that helps them become successful and capable citizens in our community.
    • all students deserve for their uniqueness to be appreciated and accepted.
    • all students deserve to feel safe and comfortable in their learning environment.
    • all students benefit from collaboration from teachers, support staff, home and community stakeholders.
    • all students deserve a well-rounded, academic, social-emotional, career readiness, comprehensive education counseling program.

     

    Vision

    The vision of the school counseling program at O’Shea Keleher Elementary is to develop happy individuals who contribute to society in a way that internally motivates them to always strive for personal growth; whether it be in their career, family, or social-emotional avenues. The needs of all students are addressed through a curriculum that shapes their personalities in which will help them to become productive, model citizens who contribute to a changing world.

     

    Mission 

    The mission of the school counseling program at O’Shea Keleher Elementary is to provide support through a comprehensive, engaging, student-centered curriculum that maximizes each students’ potential in their academic, personal-social, and career development. In partnership with educators, parents, and a caring community; school counselors will advocate for a nurturing environment needed to create successful; problem solving, lifelong learners.

     
     

     COUNSELORS

     Guadalupe Contreras

    Carmen Bebon

      937-7221 

     937-7220

     Grades: PreK, 3rd, 4th & 5th

     Grades: PreK,Kinder, 1st & 2nd

    gcontr05@sisd.net

    cferna07@sisd.net

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on October 19, 2018