NISD celebrates School Counselor Week

NISD celebrates School Counselor Week
Posted on 02/03/2021
NISD celebrates School Counselor Week

It’s been a challenging year for public education. Just like every other segment of our society, the social fabric of schools has been tested beyond what many thought possible by a pandemic that, even a year ago, was unimaginable.

Like others in education, school counselors have stared down their own set of  challenges. National School Counseling Week is Feb. 1-5, and Nacogdoches ISD wants to recognize its own group of dedicated, caring professionals who go above and beyond what’s required for our students, staff and community.

That’s always been the case, but never more so than the past 11 months. We salute our counselors and the work they do… (Follow THIS LINK to view a slideshow of NISD’s counselors.)

NISD has 19 counselors spread around its 10 campuses. Cindy Ivy heads up the district’s Guidance and Counseling Department.

Danielle Bowser at Brooks-Quinn-Jones Elementary School.
Dawn Arvello at Emeline Carpenter Elementary.
Kristin Powers at Fredonia Elementary.
Diane Brister at Nettie Marshall Academy of Dual Language.
D
estiny Green and Jillian Wilson at Raguet Elementary.
Cheryl Kendell at Thomas J. Rusk Elementary.
Monica Starovic and Rani Solomon at McMichael Middle School.
Holli Snyder and Aimee Lucena at Mike Moses Middle School.
Dottie McClain, Nicole Allbee, Tina Clifton, Courtney Marshall, Emily Taravella and Dorothy Jackson-Tubbs at Nacogdoches High School.
Kendra Welch at Malcolm Rector Technical High School.

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