Welcome to Groveton ISD's Counselor Corner. I am Krystle Page and I am the school counselor for Groveton ISD. This is my 8th year at Groveton ISD (I've taught at the high school and elementary campuses), but my first year as the counselor. I am excited and feel very blessed to be in this position this year. I grew up in the Dallas area, but am proud to call Groveton home now and raise my children as Groveton Indians.
As the school counselor, I work with students, teachers, and parents to ensure that all of our students are socially and academically successful at school. I will be putting newsletters together to send out periodically to strengthen our communication. If you have questions or concerns, please contact me at [email protected]
or 936-642-1473 ext 8119.
Here are links to my newsletters so far for 2021-2022:
This newsletter is all about transcripts, credits, weighted courses, GPA, endorsements, etc. that you need to know when planning your high school schedule/career.
This newsletter explains what seniors need to be focused on and upcoming events for other high school students, including general scheduling information and STAAR/EOC test dates.
This newsletter is a little bit of everything and includes information on an upcoming college visit trip, notes about attendance, and healthy tips for coping with challenges.
This newsletter contains information about what high school seniors should be working on currently, an opportunity to earn phlebotomist certification, budget planning, and upcoming events, including Red Ribbon Week.
This newsletter contains information about Bullying Prevention, Red Ribbon Week, how to recognize and deal with anxiety in children, and connecting different parts of the brain and why that is important.
This newsletter has information about ASVAB, SAT, ACT, and TSIA II testing as well as general college application tips. It also includes information about Kuder Navigator which is used to help students explore college and career options.
This newsletter has information about ASVAB, PSAT, SAT, ACT, and TSIA II testing. It also includes information about Kuder Navigator which is used to help students explore college and career options.
A student is considered "homeless" if any one of these situations applies:
- You are staying in a home that is not yours or your parent’s (or legal guardian’s) because you had to leave your home
- You are in an unstable living situation, without a safe or steady home
- You are sleeping in a motel, car, tent, abandoned building, or public place
- You are staying in a shelter or transitional living program OR
- You are in foster care
If you fit this description, more information on your rights as a homeless youth in Texas can be found here:
For more assistance or if you have questions, please contact me!
College & Career Readiness Resources:
This is a common application used by most public 4-year colleges in Texas.
This site contains SAT registration information as well as general college information.
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