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Katy Independent School District

Fielder Elementary

​​Nicole Williams, Counselor at Fielder Elementary""

My name is Nicole Williams and I am originally from Kansas City, Missouri. I have a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Central Missouri State University and a Master of Education degree with emphasis in School Counseling and Community Agencies from Texas Southern University. Prior to becoming the counselor at Fielder Elementary in 2010, I was a 5th grade teacher in Spring Branch ISD. I also have spent many years as a social worker working with children and empowering and strengthening families in various community agencies. My role as school counselor is to deliver and assist teachers with teaching the guidance curriculum to students, provide individual and group counseling, and promote the academic, personal, social and emotional development of students. In addition, I provide support to staff, parents, and coordinate community resources that benefit the needs of students. In my spare time, I love spending time with my family and friends, traveling, having fun, and doing community outreach work. I look forward to having a fantastic and blessed year!

​Click here for the Counselor's Canvas Page. 

The following are some of the programs/activities offered and coordinated by the counselor at Fielder:

Core Essentials Guidance Curriculum – education about monthly character traits

Individual & Group Counseling (by teacher or parent referral)
*Groups offered: friendship, social skills, anger management, divorce, self-confidence, test anxiety, etc.

New Falcon Lunch Groups – new students in grades 1st-5th have lunch once a week (for 3-4 weeks) with other new students in their grade level.

Friendly Falcons – older students are nominated to welcome new students by being their buddy and providing school tours

Red Ribbon Week – an organized committee of students and staff help plan school-wide drug prevention activities

No Place for Hate – an organized committee of students and staff help plan school-wide activities that promote valuing and respecting diversity among all people

KEYS (Keep Encouraging Youth toward Success) – adult volunteers who mentor students

PALS (Peer Assistance Leaders) – high school mentors from Cinco Ranch High School who mentor students

VIPS (Volunteers In Public Schools) – parent and community volunteers recruitment

Referrals for Outside Community Resources

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