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9th Grade School Counselors


Tammy Morrow
(A-Go Counselor)
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Kelly Stewart
(Gp-O Counselor)
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Julie Crain
(P-Z Counselor)
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Stacey Moseley (TWHS Lead Counselor) smoseley@conroeisd.net
Nancy Lancaster (Counseling Center Assistant) nlancaster@conroeisd.net
Counselor Center Phone #: (832) 592-8223



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Iytzia Cardenas
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Newcomer Phone #: (832) 592-8251







2017-2018 COURSE REGISTRATION INFORMATION
     (Incoming 9th graders)         (Next year 10th graders)
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CISD Foundation High School Plan with Endorsement
The CISD Foundation Plan with Endorsement replaces the previous Recommended and Distinguished high school graduation plans. It is the plan under which students entering high school during the 2014-15 academic year will graduate.  Students select a personal pathway of study, called an ENDORSEMENT.  

Selecting an endorsement may seem like a daunting task for eigth and ninth grade students. However, TWHS has several resources in place which will help clarify and simplify this task. A few of those resources are Naviance, Student Access (the four year planning document), and counselor guidance.  Students and parents will confirm the endorsement with high school counselors and annually review and update their Personal Graduation Plan. Although students are required to select an endorsement during the 8th and 9th grades, they are also allowed to change their endorsement as their 4 year plans are adjusted each year.  

The new plan offers a strong foundation of study with the benefit of added flexibility for students to personalize their own educational experience and reach their dream job! 
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OTHER COMMON TOPICS

CANVAS: THERE IS AN APP FOR THAT!!!
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Description
It’s time to get in touch with your education. Your Canvas content goes everywhere with you on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

Canvas by Instructure allows you to:
• View your Canvas activity stream and Calendar
• Stay on top of your to do items
• View your course schedule and syllabus
• Study and navigate course pages

Grab the Canvas app and keep your education within reach!
ACADEMIC/TEACHER CONCERNS

The following steps should be taken to resolve situation regarding Academic/Teacher concerns:

1. The student should talk to the teacher about the concern.

2. The parent should email or phone the instructor.

3. If the concerns are not resolved, request a conference with the counselor and the teacher.

4. If still not resolved, request a conference with the assistant principal and the teacher.

5. The final step would be a conference with the principal.
Please note that a parent with a concern will be directed to the appropriate step.

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
Students are encouraged to participate in the various extracurricular activities approved by the principal and sponsored, supervised or directed by faculty members.

In high school, you will be involved in various academic, community, and social activities. Each of these activities will provide a wealth of experiences and help clarify your interests, goals, and plans for the future. Active involvement in high school is one key to a successful and rewarding high school experience.

Click below for a list of Clubs at TWHS.

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PROJECT PURPLE
The Project Purple Initiative empowers youth to stand up and make a difference. Going Purple gives students motivation and support as they embrace a message of education and awareness. Students learn that they do not need drugs and alcohol to meet life’s challenges; that they are perfect the way they are.

Click here for more information on joining the movement!
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STUDENT ACCOUNTS
Communication among educators, parents, and students regarding the students’ progress and overall evaluation is enhanced through technologies such as e-mail, school web sites, Canvas Accounts, Naviance Family Connection and Parent/Student Access.

The use of technology by students and staff greatly expands our students’ knowledge, educational experiences, and thinking beyond the traditional four walls of the classroom. CISD believes that the integrated use of technology is essential for success.

Click on the Student Logins below for a complete listing of technology frequently used in the Counseling Center.

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TUTORIALS
1. Teachers are on campus until 3:00 p.m. to provide extra help to students, and some have extended hours available to students. It is the student’s responsibility to make arrangements with the teacher for extra help.

2. Free Evening Tutorials 5:30 to 7:30 PM in Room 201 (TWHS Senior Campus) Open to 9th graders
Monday – Math & Spanish
Tuesday – Math & Science
Thursday–Math, & Science
Staffed by TWHS Faculty

3. Private Tutors: TWHS does not recommend or endorse any of the programs below.  TWHS  includes on the list any tutor that contacts the school and requests to be  included.  The list is provided to you as a courtesy only.
PRIVATE P.E.
Students must complete the Off Campus Physical Education online application between March 23rd and May 1st.
Click the link below.


DRIVER'S LICENSE
Proof of Enrollment forms can be picked up in the Grade Level Office. Please give the Grade Level Office 24-hour notice for Proof of Enrollment forms. Assistant Principals will be responsible for checking the attendance eligibility for each request. Attendance eligibility will be updated each nine weeks during the school year.

Chris Hemphill (936)435-8325 chemphill@esc6.net__
CISD GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING
The Guidance and Counseling Program in CISD (K-12) is focused on helping our students: be successful learners; consider their futures; identify the pathways to those futures; and take the steps necessary along the way to be successful. 

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KID CHAT
The district police department provides a 24 hour phone line to receive and react to information relating to drugs, weapons, fighting, bullying, and other crimes or fears of possible crimes occurring on our campuses. Kid Chat provides students, parents and personnel an avenue for becoming a Silent Hero. The process ensures confidentiality and anonymity of the callers' identity. The Safe School Crime Stoppers is affiliated with the Montgomery County Crime Stoppers Program.

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The Conroe Independent School District (District) as an equal opportunity educational provider and employer does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in educational programs or activities that it operates or in employment matters. The District is required by Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as Board policy not to discriminate in such a manner.

For information about Title IX rights or Section 504/ADA rights, contact the Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA coordinator at 3205 W. Davis, Conroe, Texas 77304; (936) 709-7752.