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Greetings everyone...!   I am looking forward to serving you and your students this school year as the Student Support Counselor at Magnolia High School.

Life as a student can be quite exciting and rewarding. It can also, at times, be challenging. As the Student Support Counselor, I can assist with providing the extra support needed to help in overcoming challenges faced by students as they pursue their educational goals.

As the Student Support Counselor, I can help address:

  • Personal or Relationship Issues
  • Transition and Change
  • Stress Management
  • Communication Skills
  • Grief and Loss
  • Community Referrals
  • Cultural/Diversity Concerns
  • Self-Awareness/Advocacy
  • Coping Strategies
  • Crisis Intervention 
 
I am here to assist you and your student in any way that I can so please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns...The best way to contact me is via email as I check it quite frequently throughout the day and evening. My email address is tjackson@magnoliaisd.org . You may also submit a request via this link provided for the  Counselor Request Form.   I may also be reached via my office phone at (281) 356-3572, extension 7008.
 
PARENTS & STUDENTS:
 
Magnolia ISD partners with our parents and community to continue to promote healthy lifestyles and to help students remain drug-free during crucial years of learning and social development.  Please visit the link provided to access our District's Health and Drug Education Programs webpage:  http://www.magnoliaisd.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=497952&type=d&pREC_ID=1025963
 
The Texas Department of State Health Services is a valuable resource for parents regarding mental health and substance abuse, as well as other areas of concern regarding our youth.  The link to this resource is http://www.dshs.texas.gov/mhsa-child-adolescent-services/
 
DrugRehab.com is an organization that provides information about substance abuse and addiction. This organization has created a guide for parents and for students that is a great resource....The links to both guides are shared below for you: