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    Welcome to the FSMS Counseling page.

                   Meet the Counselors
       Mrs. Lindsey Hodge completed her Master's
    Degree in School Counseling through Tarleton
    State University.  She is a 12 year veteran
    educator, serving all 12 at at Frank Seale Middle
    School.  Mrs. Hodge is a member of the Texas
    School Counseling Association.  When not at
    school she enjoys spending time with her
    husband and five kids.  She loves supporting
    her alma mater, The Texas A&M University.  
      
     
     
     
       Mrs. Tonya Colman completed her Master's Degree in Counseling through Lamar University. She is a 21 year veteran educator and is currently in her fourth year with Midlothian Independent School District. Mrs. Colman is a member of the American School Counselor Association. 
       When not at school, she enjoys spending time with
    her husband and two boys. She loves supporting the Cubs and Panthers! 
     
       
     
     

    What is a comprehensive school counseling program?  
       The comprehensive school counseling program is based on the campus and district needs to assure all students benefit and are assured growth.  A program which is systemic and balanced and intertwined into the academic curriculum will benefit all students within the school setting.  All areas including academic achievement, career and college goals and personal and social growth are addressed within a comprehensive program.   


    Personal Counseling Philosophy:

       Our personal counseling philosophy is to work with students to determine their unique abilities and strengths to enable them to set realistic goals to achieve in the future.  Each student brings unique perspectives, talents, goals and backgrounds to the table and it is our goal to help students identify strategies to capitalize on their uniqueness.  Through collaboration with administrators, teachers, parents, students and the community; it is our hope to provide the proper resources and direction to achieve in all areas including academic, social/personal and career/college preparation.  
     
     
    References: 

    American School Counselor Association. (2012). The American School Counselor     Association national model:  A framework for school counseling programs . Alexandria, VA: Author.

     
    Resources
     
    Career & College:
     
    Guidance Curriculum:
     
    Crisis Management:
     
    High School Course Selection:
     
    Classroom Success:  
     
     
    Additional Resources for Parents & Students:  
     
     
    Professional Organizations: