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Welcome to Bear Country
Our Counseling Team would like to welcome you to our website!
Mrs. Gagliano & Mrs. Stewart are here to inspire, support, and empower our students as they explore their interests, work to their potential, and grow as learners here at MJH.
Dear MJH Families,
We are committed to helping our students and families during this time of uncertainty while our students are learning from school or from home.
We will be posting all assistance resources under our COVID-19 ASSISTANCE tab and helpful counseling information under our COVID-19 COUNSELING tab.We will also continue to provide all of our students counseling services via email and scheduled phone conferences when in-person meetings are not desirable. Please don’t hesitate to reach out using the contact information below when needed.
Our thoughts & prayers are with each and every one of you during this time,
Barbara Gagliano & Tressie Stewart
Barbara Gagliano & Tressie Stewart
Professional School Counselor
$200 Student Relief Fund:
Click Here for My Scholly Relief Application
AUNT BERTHA: SOCIAL CARE NETWORK
Search for free or reduced cost services: medical care, food, job training, & more:
Click Here for Aunt Bertha Website
BENEFITS.GOV: Finding the Right Help
Click Here for Government Benefits
Family Promise of Montgomery County
PO Box 692
Conroe, TX 77305
Ph. 936-441-8778 Main
Services: 90-day housing program for homeless families, day care and food provided while in the program
Montgomery County Women’s Center
Ph. 936-441-7273~Metro 24 HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE
888-844-6289 ext. 280 Toll-free
Services: Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence
304 Avenue E
Conroe, TX 77301
Ph. 936-760-2440 Main
Services:Assistance with food, shelter, utilities, disaster assistance, one-way bus tickets, new prescriptions, counseling
Society of St. Vincent De Paul, Sacred Heart
109 North Frazier
Conroe, TX 77301
Ph. 936-539-1188 Main
Services: Assistance with food, clothing, rent, utilities, medical
Services: Assistance with food, shelter, utilities, disaster assistance, one-way bus tickets, new prescriptions, counseling
Creative Outreach Ministries/Angelic Resale
723 W. Davis
Ph. 936-441-5433 Main
Services: Provides food, clothing, and financial assistance for rent and utilities to those in need
Crisis Assistance Center
1022 McCall Ave
Ph. 936-539-9211 Main
Services: Assistance with rent, utilities, food, clothing, household items. Also provides assistance for fire victims. Job search and self-sufficiency case management available for adults. Tuesday-Friday from 8:30 AM-11:30, 1:00-4:00. Closed on Mondays.
Services: Assistance with rent, utilities, food, clothing, household items. Also provides assistance for fire victims. Job search and self-sufficiency case management available for adults. Â Tuesday to Friday from 8:30 AM. Closed on Mondays.
Texas Health and Human Services
608 North Loop 336 East
Conroe, TX 77301.
Services: Provides income assistance, medical assistance and social services to people meeting Federal and State eligibility guidelines. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Food Stamps (SNAPS) and Medical Assistance (Medicaid)
Montgomery United Methodist Church
22548 Hwy. 105 West
Montgomery, TX 77356
Services: Food pantry is available from 9:00-10:30 on the 2nd and 4th Monday and the preceding Saturday. A small application and driver’s license is required for proof of residency and to document the number of people living in your household.
1701 McCaleb Road
Montgomery, TX 77316
Services: Food pantry is available from 9-11A.M. on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. A small application and driver’s license is required for proof of residency and to document the number of people living in your household.
West Conroe Baptist Church
1855 Longmire Road
Conroe, TX 77304
Services: Food pantry is available every Wednesday from 10:00-1:00. The food distribution is located in the backlot…just follow the signs aroun
Also, 211 is a community helpline and crisis hotline that provides suicide prevention, crisis intervention, information, assessment, and referral to community services for people of all ages. Simply dial 2-1-1 for immediate assistance.
CLICK COVID-19 ASSISTANCE TAB for HELP with:
FINANCES, HOUSING, UTILITIES, FOOD, MEDICAL CARE, JOB TRAINING, & CRISIS INTERVENTION
MJH Bears, we are thinking about each of you and your families and hoping you are well! We will be posting resources in order to provide additional help while you are away from us learning from home. Sometimes during challenging times, sharing uplifting things can also provide much comfort to us as well. There is much to be said about shared experiences. When we know we are not alone, we tend to be able to endure more than if we feel that no one understands us. If there is something we can do to help, please reach out and email us. We are here to help you through this time of uncertainty, together.
Mrs. Gagliano & Mrs. Stewart
(Just click on the blue words and then click on the link that appears below the words.)
Recipe for homemade bubble solution
Play a board game
Make a list of your accomplishments
Take an online course
Drink a cup of tea
Ride your bike
Start a gratitude daily journal
I am thankful for…...
Teach your pet a new trick
Make a list of goals for yourself
Yoga for Teens
with Jaysea Devoe
Do your laundry
Write a letter to your future self
Learn a few phrases
in a new language
Play an instrument
Do an arts or craft activity
Walk your dog(s)
Write a thank you email to your teachers
Write in a journal
Look at family photo albums
Find a book you want to read
Be in the moment. Go outside without your phone and pay attention to what you see, hear and smell.
Do a crossword puzzle
NY Times Student Crossword Archive
Declutter your bedroom
Take a virtual museum tour
Cook with a parent
Place positive post it notes on the bathroom mirror
Breath - Click on
Watch a movie with your family
Make a funny video
Play with a pet
Make a family gratitude jar
Take a bubble bath
Take photos of nature
Bake something for your family
Go for a walk or hike
Take a virtual tour https://www.
Put your phone down for an hour, an afternoon, or a day
Call or video chat with a friend or a family member you haven’t seen in a while
Make a list of things you like about yourself
Turn up the music and dance
Cheer up your neighbors! Use chalk to write positive messages on the sidewalk.
Make a bucket list
Go outside and watch the clouds
Make a list of people you look up to and why
Do a puzzle
View VIDEO LINK below for HELP with ANXIETY
Click: 5 Tips to Manage Anxiety
The article below shares many free educational tools to use at this time.
The following article from KIDS HEALTH provides helpful information regarding talking to your child about the COVID-19 Pandemic.
COVID-19: How to Talk to Your Child
View SLIDE SHOW below for ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
HELPFUL RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES
MJH Tutor Information
Financial Assistance for Single Mothers
Single Mom Grants
Private Practice Counseling List.pdf
Sam Houston State University Counseling Clinic
Montgomery County Youth Services
Mental Health Centers
Lonestar Family Health Center
The Woodlands Behavioral and Wellness Center
Additional Family Resources:
Family Assistance Programs.pdf
Uninsured? Medical, Dental, Counseling
Contact the Texas Youth Hotline any time, day or night to discuss your problem. It's free and we're here to help!
Texas Department of Family Services
The Department of Family and Protective Services provides this secure
website for reporting suspicions of abuse, neglect, and exploitation of
children, adults with disabilities, or people who are elderly (65 years
or older). This website is only for reporting situations that do not require an emergency response.
An emergency is a situation where a child, adult with disabilities, or
person who is elderly faces an immediate risk of abuse or neglect that
could result in death or serious harm.
Learn about anxiety and positive coping strategies and interventions to help you when you are experiencing feelings of anxiety and stress.
National Junior Honor Society
Amanda Fancher, MJH Coordinator
SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUEST INFORMATION
The counseling department does NOT have authorization to make teacher or lunch changes. Please contact your assistant principal to discuss these requests.
the start of the school year, the only schedule change requests that
be considered are if your student’s schedule displays one of the
For schedule change requests regarding moving from Advanced to Level core courses or
requesting an elective preference change, a Schedule Change Request Form may be requested
from your child’s counselor or found below.
We cannot guarantee that a schedule change will
be possible based on course availability. The counseling office does not have the authorization
to change assigned
teachers or scheduled lunch periods.
Counselor email for students with last names A-K:
Counselor email for students with last names L-Z:
Schedule Change Request Form
Please complete the form below and either email it to your counselor or return to your counselor's box in the counseling office.
COURSE SELECTION INFORMATION
7th & 8th GRADE
20-21 7th Grade Course Selection Presentation.pdf
20-21 8th Grade Course Selection Presentation.pdf
20-21 COURSE SELECTION GUIDE
20-21 JH Course Selection Guide.pdf
20-21 MJH COURSE CONTRACTS
6th Grade Students (20-21)
Grade 6 Course Contract
7th Grade Students (20-21)
Grade 7 Course Contract
Advanced Course Contract
8th Grade Students (20-21)
Grade 8 Course Contract
MHS ADV ENG I SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENT
MHS COUNSELORS' CORNER LINK
What is an ENDORSEMENT?
An ENDORSEMENT is a series of courses that are grouped together by their subject area. Students must select an ENDORSEMENT prior to entering 9th grade. The 5 ENDORSEMENTS offered at MHS are:
What is a PATHWAY?
A PATHWAY is the series of courses a student selects to take that fall under their ENDORSEMENT area.
Click on the txMyZone button to access your Course Portal.
Should I Refer my child for the Gifted and Talented Program?
The Parent Awareness Meeting will provide parents with information about the Montgomery ISD Gifted and Talented (GT) Program and the characteristics of GT students. Students DO NOT need to attend this meeting. It is an informational meeting for parents.
You DO NOT have to attend the meeting to refer your child for the GT program. To refer your child, request a Parent Referral Form from the school or download it at www.misd.org under the Curriculum and Instruction tab/Gifted and Talented Services, or click the link below. Complete the form and turn it in to Mrs. Stewart by October 23rd.
Montgomery Independent School District, with an unyielding commitment to excellence, will provide a premier academic program that recognizes the unique potential of each student and integrates the intellectual, social, cultural and physical aspects of learning. This program will empower each student to become an eager lifelong learner committed to academic excellence, integrity, responsible citizenship and service to others.
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