Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD

Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD

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COUNSELOR HIGHLIGHT: Mrs. Williams, 6th grade Counselor

Why did you want to become a school counselor?
***As an educator at heart, I discovered that I had a true desire to help others see their true potential, grow their ability to be the best version of themselves, & advocate for those in need.

What or who influenced you to become a school counselor?
***In my early years of teaching, my campus counselor was a great influence on my decision to become a counselor.

Describe a goal you achieved in your counseling (teaching) practice, and who helped you with achieving that goal?
***As a counselor, my daily goal is to support someone in need of growth, both academically & emotionally. Being a witness to a student experiencing personal growth is an achieved goal.

What is your favorite thing about being a school counselor?
***As a counselor, I have the privilege of supporting others in examining & developing their social skills & emotional strength. My favorite part of counseling is working with social & emotional development.

If you could give 1 piece of advice/guidance for students, what would it be and why.
***Never give up, never give in. You'll only fail if you stop trying. Keep going, you'll get there!
COUNSELOR HIGHLIGHT: Mrs. Yvette Chapman, 5th grade Counselor

Why did you want to become a school counselor?
I became a counselor, because my childhood was like my students who were from broken and abusive homes with absent parents. I remembered how I felt hopeless as a child and feeling like counselors were not really on my side, and I wanted to change that and be a counselor who really cares and makes a difference for children.

What or who influenced you to become a school counselor?
While teaching as an Art teacher, I had a student who was extremely emotional and misbehaving along with influencing his classmates down a rough path. He loved to draw and was quite talented. I found time to allow him to come to my class and learn advance techniques. During this time we would talked and he was comfortable expressing himself and sharing why he acted out so often. We talked about traumas that made him so emotional and angry and what he wanted his future to look like. It was during these times I knew my calling was to help others with pains of their past and work on a better future, and the way to do this was through counseling.

Describe a goal you achieved in your counseling (teaching) practice, and who helped you with achieving that goal?
One goal that I have achieved while counseling is connecting with my Spanish speaking parents and students. I have opened presentations for parents and spoke on the phone giving information all in Spanish. This is a goal that I set my first year here at Grangerland and I am continuing to build on it, so I am completely fluent in the Spanish language.

What is your favorite thing about being a school counselor?
My favorite thing about being a school counselor is helping students learn how to work through their problems because I know it will help them when they are older.

If you could give 1 piece of advice/guidance for students, what would it be and why.
One piece of advice I would give to students is to keep living and learning, school, and life both have challenges and seem extremely hard at times where you may want to give up, but when you keep going you inspire others to keep going too. You never know who is looking up to you!
COUNSELOR HIGHLIGHT: Meet Mrs. Perez

Why did you want to become a school counselor?
*During my 20 years as a teacher, and through my own personal family experience, many children who I cared about found themselves going through some pretty difficult times and I wanted to learn how to be able to help them.

What or who influenced you to become a school counselor?
*The Guidance Counselors at the school where I taught (Mrs. Clara Wade and Ms. Linda Gonzalez) were my inspiration to becoming a school counselor. These ladies had a genuine and sincere desire to help children and their families. By watching them in action, I knew that one day, I wanted to be of service to children and their families in our community.

Describe a goal you achieved in your counseling (teaching) practice, and who helped you with achieving that goal?
*A goal that I have achieved during my time as a teacher and a counselor has been to remain patient. There are so many people who have helped me throughout my career learn to how to be present and attentive to the students and families whom I have come in contact with.

What is your favorite thing about being a school counselor?
*My most favorite thing EVER about being a school counselor is working with my students.....and GIVING HUGS!!!

If you could give 1 piece of advice/guidance for students, what would it be and why.
*There are many things in this world that you can be, but the most important thing that you can be is..... KIND!!!
When you speak to and treat others with kindness, you shine brightly both inside and out. That makes is easy to STAY ON THE RIGHT TRACK AND BE THE CHANGE THAT YOU WANT TO SEE!
Valentine's Sales are going on during all lunch periods this week. $2.00 to send a candy bar with valentine message to a friend or $1.00 to send a bag of chips with the message: "You are all that and a bag of chips" to a friend. This a fundraising project for the Purple House (Magnanimo). Proceeds will be used for house projects. Candy and chips will be delivered on Monday.
LIFETOUCH Picture Day

https://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/#/

School Name: Grangerland Intermediate

Picture Day Dates: Wednesday, March 2 - Thursday, March 3

Picture Day ID: EVTDBCM8G

Important Information: 2 DAY EVENT - MARCH 2, 2022 & MARCH 3, 2022
Celebrating Counselor Week
Tuesday— My Counselors see my BRIGHT side! (Neon Colors)
Wednesday--I’m WILD about my Counselors! (Animal Prints)
Thursday—My Counselor knows I’m COLLEGE BOUND! (College Shirts)
Friday—My Counselor is part of my TEAM! (Favorite Team Shirts)
CONGRATS! February's 5th Teacher of the Month is Tammy Bryson, 5th Science Teacher. 6th Teacher of the Month is Luke Silvera, 6th Math Special Ed Teacher. All 3 of our instructional coaches- Michelle Washington (Math/Sci), Jess Winkler (Behavior) and Araelia Betler (ELA/SS) were honored as the Staff Members of the Month. We are so proud of all of their hard work!
Early Start: Cooking with Kozak The students made Cannolis.
Grangerland Boys 2 Men Club heading out to Rockets game. We want to give a big shout out to HEB who sponsored their meals for the trip and Charlie Diggs Entertainment & Promotions who sponsored their club T-shirts.
Congrats to Raelynn Dingman who represented Grangerland at the CISD District Honor Band Concert. Her Band teacher, Mrs. Hill and her private tutor, Dr. Hill were both there to cheer her on. We are proud of Raelynn.
Grangerland Boys2Men Club had a great time at the Rockets game last night.
Just popped by to check out some of the basketball fun in PE today.

Contact information, map and directions, contact form, opening hours, services, ratings, photos, videos and announcements from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD, Elementary School, 16283 FM 3083, Conroe, TX.

Operating as usual

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 05/04/2022

4-H students came to Grangerland and shared their projects with Mrs. Hausmann, Mrs. Frye and Mrs. Foster's classes.

05/03/2022

Teachers treasure special notes from their students and well as their parents. I would encourage you to take a moment to honor your child's teachers. It will be much appreciated.

04/07/2022

CLUB pictures on Monday, April 11. This includes: Band, Choir, Orchestra, Boys 2 Men, Pantherettes, Sci-Math-elon, UIL, DI, and Special Olympics

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 04/07/2022

Mrs. Jessica Glover (5th ELA/SS) received the teacher Ambassador Award. She does an amazing job of providing engaging lessons and a supportive classroom environment every day. Congrats, Mrs. Glover

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 04/07/2022

Our paraprofessional to receive the Ambassador Award is Karrie Skiles. Mrs Skiles provides support in numerous classrooms. She mentors students and always shares her positive attitude. She loves our students and they adore her as well. Congrats, Mrs. Skiles!!

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 04/07/2022

Each year every school is asked to select a student, a paraprofessional and a teacher to be recognized by Dr. Null and a school board member as the Grangerland Ambassador. This year Janet Galvan was selected. Congratulations, Janet. Thanks for being a model student and always showing kindness to others.

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 04/07/2022

The Pantherettes were excited to have 3 former Texan Cheerleaders come to talk with them about this week's topic: Self Respect and making a difference in the world today.

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 04/03/2022

The Grangerland students did awesome at Special Olympics this past weekend. Some medals were brought home, too! Way to go, Panthers!

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 04/01/2022

Grangerland Pantherette Club went to Milam Elementary and read to the Kindergarteners. They enjoyed it so much and plan to go back soon.

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 03/27/2022

Mrs. Foster, Mrs; Hausmann & Mrs. Frye's classes had a great time at the Montgomery County Fair on Friday.

Two-Hour Delay: Tuesday, March 22 - Conroe ISD 03/22/2022

Two-Hour Delay: Tuesday, March 22 - Conroe ISD

Doors will open for students at 10:15. Class begins at 10:45. We will have regular dismissal times.

Two-Hour Delay: Tuesday, March 22 - Conroe ISD With the safety of our students and staff in mind, Conroe ISD will be operating with a two-hour delay on Tuesday, March 22. All school start times, bus route times, and employee reporting times are delayed by two hours. The school day will not be extended because of this delay. This decision was mad...

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 03/11/2022

CONGRATULATIONS!!! Outstanding Students were recognized and honored by their HOUSES.

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 03/11/2022

Lots of fun at HOUSE RALLY day!!!

03/07/2022

This Friday, March 11 is a STUDENT HOLIDAY.

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 03/04/2022

The girls were excited waiting for the Counselors to announce the 2021-22 Pantherettes. The first meeting will be Monday for 5th graders at 8:00 and Wednesday for 6th graders at 8:00.

03/02/2022

SPRING BREAK COMING SOON! March 14-18, 2022.

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 02/25/2022

The cold and rain didn't stop our Drive Thru Family Night. Teachers handed out fun activities for Self Care, Math, Science and ELA. Every student who completes all of the activities can return their Activity Sheet for a PRIZE!

02/24/2022

Camp Grangerland-- Join us for our "Drive Thru" Family Night Thursday (Feb 24) 5:30-6:30 p.m. Pick up some fun activities and games to do with your child.

02/23/2022

Putting the "party" in the "Party Bus".

Photos from Grangerland Intermediate, Conroe ISD's post 02/23/2022

Today was the day! Every student who sold 15 items or more were invited to ride the party bus to Incredible Pizza today. Had plenty to eat, played in the arcade games, and sang all the way there and back. What a FUN group of kids and a FUN day!

02/11/2022

COUNSELOR HIGHLIGHT: Mrs. Williams, 6th grade Counselor

Why did you want to become a school counselor?
***As an educator at heart, I discovered that I had a true desire to help others see their true potential, grow their ability to be the best version of themselves, & advocate for those in need.

What or who influenced you to become a school counselor?
***In my early years of teaching, my campus counselor was a great influence on my decision to become a counselor.

Describe a goal you achieved in your counseling (teaching) practice, and who helped you with achieving that goal?
***As a counselor, my daily goal is to support someone in need of growth, both academically & emotionally. Being a witness to a student experiencing personal growth is an achieved goal.

What is your favorite thing about being a school counselor?
***As a counselor, I have the privilege of supporting others in examining & developing their social skills & emotional strength. My favorite part of counseling is working with social & emotional development.

If you could give 1 piece of advice/guidance for students, what would it be and why.
***Never give up, never give in. You'll only fail if you stop trying. Keep going, you'll get there!

02/11/2022

COUNSELOR HIGHLIGHT: Mrs. Yvette Chapman, 5th grade Counselor

Why did you want to become a school counselor?
I became a counselor, because my childhood was like my students who were from broken and abusive homes with absent parents. I remembered how I felt hopeless as a child and feeling like counselors were not really on my side, and I wanted to change that and be a counselor who really cares and makes a difference for children.

What or who influenced you to become a school counselor?
While teaching as an Art teacher, I had a student who was extremely emotional and misbehaving along with influencing his classmates down a rough path. He loved to draw and was quite talented. I found time to allow him to come to my class and learn advance techniques. During this time we would talked and he was comfortable expressing himself and sharing why he acted out so often. We talked about traumas that made him so emotional and angry and what he wanted his future to look like. It was during these times I knew my calling was to help others with pains of their past and work on a better future, and the way to do this was through counseling.

Describe a goal you achieved in your counseling (teaching) practice, and who helped you with achieving that goal?
One goal that I have achieved while counseling is connecting with my Spanish speaking parents and students. I have opened presentations for parents and spoke on the phone giving information all in Spanish. This is a goal that I set my first year here at Grangerland and I am continuing to build on it, so I am completely fluent in the Spanish language.

What is your favorite thing about being a school counselor?
My favorite thing about being a school counselor is helping students learn how to work through their problems because I know it will help them when they are older.

If you could give 1 piece of advice/guidance for students, what would it be and why.
One piece of advice I would give to students is to keep living and learning, school, and life both have challenges and seem extremely hard at times where you may want to give up, but when you keep going you inspire others to keep going too. You never know who is looking up to you!

02/10/2022

COUNSELOR HIGHLIGHT: Meet Mrs. Perez

Why did you want to become a school counselor?
*During my 20 years as a teacher, and through my own personal family experience, many children who I cared about found themselves going through some pretty difficult times and I wanted to learn how to be able to help them.

What or who influenced you to become a school counselor?
*The Guidance Counselors at the school where I taught (Mrs. Clara Wade and Ms. Linda Gonzalez) were my inspiration to becoming a school counselor. These ladies had a genuine and sincere desire to help children and their families. By watching them in action, I knew that one day, I wanted to be of service to children and their families in our community.

Describe a goal you achieved in your counseling (teaching) practice, and who helped you with achieving that goal?
*A goal that I have achieved during my time as a teacher and a counselor has been to remain patient. There are so many people who have helped me throughout my career learn to how to be present and attentive to the students and families whom I have come in contact with.

What is your favorite thing about being a school counselor?
*My most favorite thing EVER about being a school counselor is working with my students.....and GIVING HUGS!!!

If you could give 1 piece of advice/guidance for students, what would it be and why.
*There are many things in this world that you can be, but the most important thing that you can be is..... KIND!!!
When you speak to and treat others with kindness, you shine brightly both inside and out. That makes is easy to STAY ON THE RIGHT TRACK AND BE THE CHANGE THAT YOU WANT TO SEE!

02/09/2022

Valentine's Sales are going on during all lunch periods this week. $2.00 to send a candy bar with valentine message to a friend or $1.00 to send a bag of chips with the message: "You are all that and a bag of chips" to a friend. This a fundraising project for the Purple House (Magnanimo). Proceeds will be used for house projects. Candy and chips will be delivered on Monday.

02/09/2022

LIFETOUCH Picture Day

https://my.lifetouch.com/mylifetouch/#/

School Name: Grangerland Intermediate

Picture Day Dates: Wednesday, March 2 - Thursday, March 3

Picture Day ID: EVTDBCM8G

Important Information: 2 DAY EVENT - MARCH 2, 2022 & MARCH 3, 2022

02/08/2022

Celebrating Counselor Week
Tuesday— My Counselors see my BRIGHT side! (Neon Colors)
Wednesday--I’m WILD about my Counselors! (Animal Prints)
Thursday—My Counselor knows I’m COLLEGE BOUND! (College Shirts)
Friday—My Counselor is part of my TEAM! (Favorite Team Shirts)

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Ashely Fullen- Elfed Herself
We are getting ready to have students on campus soon.
Dr. Null
CCHS Feeder Growth
Early Voting
HOUSE REVEAL 1st 9 weeks
Artificial Turf
District Support Services Needs and Land
House Challenge- Airplane Race

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16283 FM 3083
Conroe, TX
77302

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 4pm
Tuesday 8am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 8am - 3:45pm
Thursday 8am - 4:30pm
Friday 8am - 4:30pm

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