Counselor's Corner

A Message From the Counselor 

Welcome! I am excited to have you visit our campus webpage!
Please know that I and our administrative team are always ready and willing to help in any way
 that we can to help your children experience academic, social,
and personal success! 

School Counselor & Admin. Team Information:

 School Counselor
Lauren Carroll
979-885-3852 (Ext. 4516)

Admin. Team
Sarah Johnson - Principal
979-885-3852 (Ext. 4007)

Shawna Peterson - Assistant Principal
979-885-3852 (Ext. 4029)

Laura Villaflor - Assistant Principal

To get the latest information from the Texas Department of State Health Services on the coronavirus (COVID-19), click here.
To get the latest information from 2-1-1 community resources on the coronavirus (COVID-19), click here.

Online Learning Activities 
 Here are some different activities/resources you can use at home...
Read Alouds for Social Emotional Learning
April's Activity Choice Board
May's Activity Choice Board

AND...Here are...

Lessons to Help Your Children:

EDUCATEEMPOWERKIDS.ORG has a created lessons to help teach your children (Pre-K-12th) how to face an uncertain world - on topics such as:  
Digital Media 
Internet Safety
Healthy Body Image
Uplifting Others
Healthy Boundaries
Positive Self-Talk
Healthy Relationships
Technology Safety
Overcoming Fears
And so much more...


For wonderful tips on topics such as:
Back to School
Successful Parent-Teacher Conferences  
Raising Mentally Strong Kids
Helping Young Children with Learning Disabilities
Home Alone ...

... And so much more...

Parent and Family Statewide Engagement Connection

More resources are located under the
Parent & Student Information section of this webpage.

Attn. Parents:

Minute Meetings

I meet individually with the children for “minute meetings.” These meetings let me know, in a minute or two, how students are feeling this year. They know that if they ever need any help, the counselor is here for them!


Pledge to Stop Bullying
In September, I share a lesson on bullying prevention with your child's class. The goal is to reduce the incidence of bullying and hurtful behavior at school and to encourage respectful behavior. The lesson encourages students to become more aware of the feelings involved in bullying and to know what to do if ever faced with a situation that involves bullying.

Please take some time to discuss bullying with your child, and reinforce the 
following points:
· Bullying is a serious issue and should always be reported to a grown-up.
· There are grown-ups at school and at home that will help him/her in a 
   hurtful situation. 
· If bullying continues following a report, he/she should continue to report it until it stops. 

Any alleged incident of bullying may also be reported at any time through the 
district bullying hotline at (979)987-3318. Thanks for all you do to help your child
safe and successful. 


Be Drug Free 

Dear Parents,
In October, I visit with students about keeping our bodies healthy and safe and the 
importance of being drug free. At the end of the month (Oct. 23rd-26th), Sealy Elementary will celebrate Red Ribbon Week. The Red Ribbon Compaign is designed to encourage healthy, drug-free lifestyles among youth. We will have a theme for each day of the week. Your child may participate as much or as little as he/she would like.  

The days and themes are as follows:

Monday, October 22

(No School This Day)

Tuesday, October 23

"Be Your Own Champion - Live Drug Free & Follow Your Dreams" (Dress as your dream career - Show everyone what you want to be when you grow up!)

Wednesday, October 24

"Crazy About Being Drug Free"

(Wear crazy hair &/or crazy socks.)


Thursday, October 25

"Drugs & I Don't Match" (Wear mismatched clothes.)

Friday, October 26

"Team Up Against Drugs"

(Wear something sports themed: shirt, jersey, uniform,or your favorite team colors.)
Red Ribbon Week is a great opportunity for  you to speak with your 
child about the dangers of drugs and the importance of making healthy choices. Research shows that the more children hear about the dangers of drugs, the more likely they will refrain from using them. Several websites are available that provide tips and information for parents and students. Our favorites are and

 Thanks for all you do to help your child be safe and successful. 


Character Counts at Selman Elementary! 
Throughout the year, the children will learn about and discuss the
traits that build good character. Please click on "Parent & Student Information" found on the left hand side of our page, and look under
the Character Education Documents folder to learn about the 6 C's of Character! Below are the days this school year that will we ask
the children and staff to wear the color that corresponds to the trait(s) of the month.

Tuesday, September 18 - Respect: Yellow/Gold
Think of the Golden Rule: Treat others as you want to be treated. 

Tuesday, November 6
- Citizenship: Purple
Think about a king or a queen.

Tuesday, December 4 - Fairness: Orange
Think of dividing an orange into equal sections to share fairly with friends.

Tuesday, January 22 - Trustworthiness: Blue
Think of a "true blue" friend.

Thursday, February 14 - Caring: Red/pink
Think of a valentine heart.

Tuesday, March 19 - Responsibility: Green
Think of being responsible for a garden or money.

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