Counseling at CE

School Counseling Services


Counselors are essential educators and mental health professionals in the school system. We are growing graduates by teaching educational, career, personal, and social development at all ages!


Great 8 Skills for Daily Living:  Decision Making


A child’s approach to problem solving that involves learning from others and from their own previous experiences, using their values to guide their action, and accepting responsibility for their decisions.



Great 8 Skills at Home



Decision Making Classroom Guidance


Student "I can" Statements:

  • Follow the example of a positive role model
  • Accept responsibility for what I did
  • Show good judgement
  • Seek advice
  • Learn from experience
  • Follow the advice of a trusted adult
  • Show the ability to decide between right and wrong
  • Use available resources (people or objects) to solve a problem


Digital Classroom Guidance Lessons

PreK - 1st Grade Lesson

2nd and 3rd Grade Lesson

4th and 5th Grade Lesson


For more information on Social and Emotional Learning at Home, visit the Parent Portal.

No Place for Hate


This quarter we're inviting students and families to sign our Resolution of Respect! Click here to view our resolution and be a part of our community of kindness.

Red Ribbon Week


The Red Ribbon became a symbol for drug prevention in 1985, in response to the murder of DEA Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena. Informed Families started the first county-wide Red Ribbon campaign in 1986. In 1988, NFP sponsored the first National Red Ribbon Week® celebration. Today, the Red Ribbon serves as a catalyst to mobilize communities to educate youth and encourage participation in drug prevention activities. Since that time, the campaign has reached millions of U.S. children and families.


Click here for lessons promoting healthy living that you can complete as a family.


Monday, October 26-Friday,October 30

Dress up days coming soon....

Daily Mindful Moment


College & Career Readiness



Career Exploration


PAWS in Jobland: Use the district access code AK01773.

Students go to the website and click on Jobland. In Jobland, students can choose buildings and careers to explore.

  • What are some of the careers in the building?

  • Did you find any jobs that interest you?

  • If so, what did you like about them? If not, what did you not like about them?


College Spotlight


This quarter we are spotlighting the University of Houston.  Click here to learn more about U of H and take a virtual tour of the campus.



U.S. Armed Forces Spotlight


This quarter we are spotlighting the U.S. Army.  Click here to take a virtual tour and learn more about the life of a soldier in the Army.  To learn more about Careers and Jobs available to active duty soldiers, click here.


Community Resources


Humble ISD Counseling Resources

School Counseling Services


School Counseling Request Form

Small Group Counseling 


The purpose of small groups is to bring students with similar needs or concerns together to share, problem solve, and connect with their peers to enhance their social and emotional development.

School Counselor's Website

Credit by Exam for Acceleration



Student in Grades 1-5

A student in elementary school will be eligible to accelerate to the next grade level if the student scores at least 80 on each exam in the subject areas of language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies, a district administrator recommends that the student be accelerated, and the students' parent gives written approval of the grade advancement. Students who pass the advance placement exams will advance grade levels the following school year.  

 For students interested in Advancement/Acceleration without prior instruction, testing will be available on the dates listed below. For more information and how to register please contact your campus counselor.

1. Parents complete Credit By Examination Registration Form and give to your student's Counselor before the desired testing window deadline.

2. Counselor will complete an internal google form for each registration form received.  

Fall Testing
October 19-23, 2020
Registration Deadline October 2, 2020

Spring Testing
March 8-12, 2021
Registration Deadline February 16, 2021

Summer Testing
June 7-10, 2021
July 5-8, 2021
Registration Deadline May 7, 2021

If you need to contact the counselor, here's how.....


Ms. Collins's Contact Information


(281) 641-8807