Mrs. David- 6th Grade Counselor
Ms. Cooper- 7th Grade Counselor
Mrs. Partee- 8th Grade Counselor
Ms. Williams-Student Support Counselor
Mrs. Brown- Registrar and Counselors’ Secretary
Click here to request to see the counselor.
ROLE OF THE SCHOOL COUNSELOR
Counsel individuals and small groups of students to meet identified needs.
Deliver the guidance curriculum and assist teachers with the school's guidance curriculum.
Consult with parents, teachers, and other staff regarding concerns about students' needs.
Coordinate people and resources in the community for the benefit of students.
Participate in planning, implementing and evaluating a comprehensive developmental guidance and counseling program to serve all students.
Be familiar with and adhere to the ethical, legal, and professional standards of the counseling profession.
Schedule change information:
Schedule change request forms will be accepted through the first week of school. After this time, the only changes made will be level changes (academic and Pre-AP) and High School Credit Course exits. Please email your child's counselor for more information if needed.
Character Strong Program at KJH
Character Strong is a school wide program that focuses on character development and social-emotional learning to help students cultivate skills, habits, and traits that help them become productive, empathetic, and successful in all areas of their lives. Every Monday during advisory your child will be participating in a Character Strong lesson and/or dare, with a focus on one of the following Character Strong 8 essentials: patience, kindness, humility, respect, selflessness, forgiveness, honesty, and commitment.
Students will have the opportunity to learn, practice, and reflect on the traits being taught to help them grow into kind and compassionate adults. Every 6-weeks, students who consistently display great character will be recognized as a "Tiger with Character." They will receive a "Tiger with Character" certificate, student incentive, and their name on the "Tigers with Character Wall."
Love and Logic Parenting Classes
Classes are being offered at multiple campuses during the 2020-2021 school year. This parenting training program holds a 30 year track record of success and is designed to help parents raise respectful and responsible kids, teach responsibility without losing their love, set limits, avoid power struggles, guide kids to solve their own problems, and teach kids to complete chores. All parents in the district are invited to attend. You can access all registration information at:
Off Campus PE Information
Off-Campus PE is an option available for students who participate in an approved individual sport outside of school hours during the week. Qualifying Information can be found on the Katy ISD website under the Department of Health and Physical Education.
New Student Registration FYI
This school year, all registration will take place online. Please make sure you have all your documents ready to scan and upload for the process to go quickly and seamless. You may be contacted by our Registrar, School Nurse, and Counselor(s) when you register,
Begin Registration Process here:
GIFTED AND TALENTED DEPARTMENT
Please click on link for more information on GT testing:
Katy ISD is replacing Safety Net with a new anonymous reporting system called Speak Up. This will allow Katy ISD students, parents, and community members to anonymously submit safety and well-being tips to help prevent school related incidences that could cause harm to others. More information can be found at:
National TEEN LINE Teens Helping Teens
National Suicide Prevention Hotline