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Katy Independent School District

Mayde Creek Elementary

Welcome to the MCE Counselor's Page


Counselor: Mrs. Kristi Floyd

​​​​​​Phone:  (281) 237-3981

Counseling Program

  • Mayde Creek Elementary School Counseling Department:  Helping Children Put All the Puzzle Pieces Together

  • Individual Counseling for Students

  • Group Counseling for Students

  • Classroom Guidance Lessons

  • Parent Support

  • Resource for Community Services 

Core Essentials

Each month we celebrate a Core Essential character trait by talking about it on the announcements, in our classrooms, through guidance, and featuring it on our marquee. On our kick-off day, we wear the color for the trait. We have a parent take home sheet about the trait, quote of the day, and more.   

Guidance Support Services Available to Students

  • Individual Counseling   

  • Designed to help students resolve and cope constructively with problems while at school.

  • Topics Include:

  • Making friends

  • Death of pet or someone close

  • Divorce/Separation

  • Any other difficulties that affect learning at school

Group Counseling

During group counseling students discuss their strengths, areas they may need to work on, and feelings they may be having in regards to the situation they are experimenting. For instance, being new at MCE, having to repeat a grade, or anxiety among others. Groups let students know that they are not alone. This type of counseling is designed to assist students in practicing interpersonal skills, listening and sharing, showing kindness and respect, and build students self- esteem

Ways to Volunteer at Mayde Creek Elementary

  • KEYS Mentoring Program

  • Keep Encouraging Youth Toward Success

  • The Power of ONE - ONE Mentor, ONE Student, ONE hour per week

  • KEYS brings adult role models into Katy ISD schools to motivate, encourage, and inspire students on the brink of success.

  • Partners in Education 

Safety Net

KATY ISD SAFETY NET is a proactive response to prevent student action related to school violence, suicide, gang involvement and drug or alcohol use. It gives students, teachers and parents the opportunity to report a possible concern or “tip” about either him/herself or another student in an anonymous manner. Students may submit reports in two ways: in writing or by calling the Crime Stoppers’ Hotline at 713-221-TIPS to make an anonymous verbal report.


Students fill out a form and place it in one of the Safety Net Mail Boxes on our campus. The forms will be readily available online and  inside the counselors’ office in the main building and freshman center.


All reports are taken seriously and are thoroughly checked out by a campus administrator or counselor. Tips received by the Crime Stoppers’ Hotline are forwarded to the appropriate campus. Parents will be notified when their student is identified as needing assistance. Appropriate action by campus administrators will be taken with consideration to the situation and the age/maturity of the student. 

You may print out a Safety Net form and turn it in to the school.​

Becoming a Loving and Logic Parent®

A parenting program designed to provide simple, easy to use techniques to help parents have more fun and less stress while raising responsible kids of all ages.

  • A 6-week parent training program designed by the Love and Logic® Institute, Inc.

  • Would you like to feel more confident as a parent?

  • Would you like to have more fun parenting?

  • Would you like to feel more relaxed at the end of the day?

Katy ISD provides opportunities for parent to receive training of this program. For more information on the parenting program, please visit the Love and Logic page

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