The PISD Comprehensive School Counseling Program provides a well-rounded counseling curriculum that includes intrapersonal and interpersonal skill building, post-secondary planning and career readiness, and personal health and safety. The PISD professional school counselors provide a safe, non-judgmental environment to help students reach their academic, personal, and social goals.
Intrapersonal skills teach students to have a better understanding of themselves
Interpersonal skills teach students how to get along with others.
Postsecondary planning and career readiness skills teach students how to prepare for life after graduation, and
Personal health and safety skills teach students how to live a healthy lifestyle.
PISD 2023-2024 Goal 1: The PISD professional school counselors will increase family and community stakeholder awareness of Social Emotional Learning through 7 Mindsets by publishing four communications on Apptegy from September 2023 to May 2024.
PISD 2023-2024 Goal 2: The PISD professional school counselors will develop a parent/guardian needs assessment per campus aligned with the Texas Model for Comprehensive School Counseling, which will be distributed to parents/guardians by May 6, 2024.
PISD 2023-2024 Goal 3: The PISD professional school counselors will promote a culture of post-secondary and career readiness through 3-5 counseling activities that may include students, parents, community, or staff by the end of the 2023-2024 school year.
PISD 2023-2024 Goal 4: The PISD professional school counselors will implement a minimum of two small counseling groups per campus each year. Groups will be driven by campus social emotional assessment and student needs. There will be pre- and post- evaluations with groups running six to eight weeks.