Top Row: Kodi Holmes (Campus Testing Coordinator), Jodi Darcey (Counselor), Tanya Marshall (Counselor), Lindsay McMeans (LSSP), Leah Caffey (Registrar/Counselor's Secretary), Jessie Clay (Counselor).
Bottom Row: Malissa Carker (Textbook Clerk).
WoodCreek Junior High Counseling Department
The mission of the WCJH counseling department is to provide a comprehensive counseling program that addresses the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students.
The school counselor will offer direct support to students through academic advising, individual and group counseling. They will serve as an advocate for the students' social, emotional, and developmental needs.
The school counselor will also support teachers in providing a rich learning environment for all students to enable them to live meaningful and successful lives in society and in the workplace.
The school counselor will work in partnership with parents and the community. This partnership will help ensure that all students at WCJH have the opportunities they need to become lifelong learners and productive members of society.
Wood Creek Junior High
Helpful Information for New Students
Back to school
Events and School Supplies:
Instructional Calendar: http://www.katyisd.org/campus/WCJH/Documents/Instructional_Calendar_2017-2018.pdf
reading list: http://www.katyisd.org/dept/cis/Documents/PreAP_AP_Summer_Reading_Cover_Page.pdf#search=preap%20summer%20reading
Home Access Center:
KISD 2018-2019 Course
Katy Connect Hotline
281-234-2326 OR Text "TEEN" to 281-201-4430
National TEEN LINE Teens Helping Teens
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
Katy ISD Safety Net System
The Safety Net is a provision for KISD students or parents to anonymously report or notify school officials of incidents or actions that may pose danger to individuals or the school. The Safety Net begins with the use of a form that is completed and placed in a Safety Net box. The Safety Net box is placed in a strategic location that affords students to deposit forms without being in the midst of others. The form states the problem and does not have to be signed. School counselors and administrators are responsible for checking the boxes and facilitating follow-up to the tip.
Safety Net forms can be found in classrooms and offices around the school.
Important Information Regarding High School Credit Courses Taken at Jr. High
As you and your student select courses that will earn High School credit, we want to make you aware of some information regarding high school elective credit courses available at WoodCreek Jr. High that will enable you to make the best choices.
All high school credit courses available for junior high students are for academic credit only; none are taught at the PreAP level. Katy ISD's grade point system includes weighted credit for PreAP grades. For example, an "A" earned in a PreAP course is worth 5 grade points, whereas an "A" earned in an academic course is valued at 4 grade points. All courses for high school credit are permanently recorded on the student's transcript.
Regardless of whether the courses are taken in junior high or in high school, there are no weighted grade point options for Algebra I or the first two levels of any Languages other than English, all of which are required for all students.
Please refer to "High School Courses at Grades 7-8" on pages 53-55 of the 2014-2015 course catalog for additional information.
Course Selection Information for the 2017-2018 School Year: