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Meet the Counseling Team:

Ellis, Dana

Dana.Ellis@misd.org

Tullis, Melanie

Melanie.tullis@misd.org

Thompson, Laureen

laureen.thompson@misd.org

Mathis, Connie

connie.mathis@misd.org

 

 

College & Career Coordinator:

LaBruyere, Stacy

stacy.labruyere@misd.org

Important Documents

The Montgomery High School Counseling Center offers academic, college and career counseling.  Students and their parents have multiple opportunities to learn about course offerings, graduation requirements and graduation plans. 


A student who wishes to meet with his/her counselor can stop by the counseling center and request an appointment.

Click here for the 2019-2020 Course Selection Guide

 Student/Counselor Breakdown 2018-2019
 Counselors
 Grade Level
 Ellis, Dana Freshman (9th)
 Mathis, Connie Sophomore (10th)
 Tullis, Melanie  Junior  (11th)
 Thompson, Laureen  Senior (12th)

Who to see for information on:

  • Parent Portal - Campus Registrar, Heather Broussard

  • Verification of Enrollment (VOE) - Campus Registrar, Heather Broussard

  • Transcripts- Campus Registrar,Heather Broussard

  • AP - Dayna Lawson, Teacher

  • Dual Credit Coordinator- Stacy LaBruyere, College & Career Coordinator

  • ACT Campus Coordinator- Dayna Lawson, Teacher

  • ACT & SAT Accommodations-Dayna Lawson, Teacher

  • PSAT -Dayna Lawson, Teacher

  • Homebound Services -See your Grade Level Counselor

  • Pregnancy Related Services (PRS) - See your Grade Level Counselor

  • Crisis Related Services- Connie Mathis & Laureen Thompson, Counselors

  • Scholarship Information- Stacy LaBruyere, College & Career Coordinator

  • Off Campus PE (OCPE) Info - Heather Broussard

Montgomery Bear Scholarship Opportunities LINK

Please click on the image above for a list of current scholarship opportunities for 2018-2019.

It is our understanding that many of our students and families are watching the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why”. This series depicts the fictional death of High School student Hannah Baker.


We want to share with you tips, talking points and resources to assist you in speaking with your student regarding suicide.


We Care About Your Kids and keeping them safe…


Text “Start” to 741741 Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)


13 Reasons Why News Article

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Montgomery County Youth Services 

Do you need....

  • Someone to talk/listen to you?
  • A place to live?
  • Help staying in school?
  • Support with teen pregnancy/parenting?
  • Support dealing with a loss?

Call MCYS for Confidential Help at: 

  • Crisis Hotline 1-888-756-8682
  • Conroe 936-756-8682
  • New Caney 281-354-2654
  • Magnolia 281-259-0440
  • The Woodlands 281-292-6471
  • Huntsville 9369-293-1003
  • Bridgeway          /  Crisis Outreach
    936-890-1132   /  1-866-892-1132

24 Hour Crisis Intervention Hotline

    Funded by:  Montgomery County, United Way, DFPS, 

                         DHHS, Houston Endowment & CDBG


Name

Contact

Services

Hours

       

Ambassadors for Christ

281-536-5475

Email: info@afeyouth.org

Mentoring program for children ages 4-18 who have one or both parents incarcerated. SOS, shelter, and mentoring program

 

Angel Reach

1107 N. San Jacinto

Conroe, 77301

936-273-4806

Offers a transitional living program for young people who have aged out of foster care a safe, temporary residence.

Housing Applications are made by appointment with a Youth Advocate at Community Youth Outreach at 729 North Frazier in Conroe.Call 936-262-0186 to schedule an appointment.

 

Children of the Night

24 HR Crisis Line:

1-800-551-1300

Serves males and females ages 13-17 years old. Pays for plane tickets for transportation.

 

CIRT (Crisis Intervention Response Team)

Any of our counselors can either call 911 or Tri-County at 936-538-1102 to request the CIRT team.

It’s a team of a mental health clinician from Tri-County and the Conroe Police department. They assist with matters that require the assistance of both mental health workers and the police for any and all safety concerns. They do respond together.

Available 7 days a week from 10:30 am - 10:30 pm

Covenant House

1111 Lovett Blvd, Houston, TX 77006

713-523-2231

Provide shelter for homeless, abused and abandoned youth ages 18 - 20

 

East TX Dream Center Shelter

301 S. 1st

Conroe, TX

281-601-6800

Offers housing shelter for women and children but need to commit to fill out an application and go through a 24 hour process. Clients cannot own/have a cell phone or vehicle.

Monday – Friday

8:00 am – 5pm

Family Promise

(936) 441-8778

Temporary shelter for families up to 3 months

By appointment only

Freedom Place

281-572-2300

Serves victims of sex trafficking female ages 9-17 years old.

 

Good Shepherd Mission

1005 MLK (Avenue F) Huntsville, TX 77320

936-291-8156

It’s a faith based basic needs program that provides food, clothing, emergency shelter, and counseling.

 

Interfaith Community Clinic

101 Pine Manor Dr.

Oak Ridge North, TX 77385

281-364-7889

Non-emergency medical and dental for uninsured

By appointment only

 

Interfaith of the Woodlands

 

Offers counseling, family services, food pantry, senior services, and resale shop.

*Only for residents of 77380-77386, 77389 and 77375 in the Village of Creekside Park, and 77354 in the Village of Sterling Ridge

LifeHouse of Houston

713-623-2120

Pregnant females 12 years and older can receive housing, support, & educational services up until the delivery of their child.

 

Lone Star Clinic

704 FM 2854

Conroe, TX

936-539-4004

Assistance for low income families; sliding scale fee (must fill out an application)

Application start time – 8am, only accept the first 13 applicants.

Martin Luther King Jr. Center

603 S. 6th St.

Conroe, TX 77301

936-788-2468

Food pantry (cash & food accepted)

Limited homeless shelter.

Showers & clean clothes to the homeless.

Hot food daily to the hungry.

 

Montgomery County Hospital District

1400 S. Loop 336 W.

Conroe, TX 77304

936-523-6300

Doctor’s visits, dental / vision service, mental service, help pay for prescriptions

Monday – Thursday

7:30 am – 4:30 PM

Montgomery County Women’s Center

Conroe Location: 1401 Airport Rd, Conroe, TX 77301

Crisis Line 936-441-7273

The Woodlands Location:

1600 Lake Front Cir #100, Spring, TX 77380

281-292-4155

A 24-hour hotline, safe shelter, crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy and legal services to survivors of family violence, sexual assault and stalking.

 

National Human Trafficking Hotline

1-888-373-7888

 

 

National Runaway Hotline

1-800- RUNAWAY (786-2929)

 

 

Northwest Assistant Ministries

15555 Kuykendahl Houston, TX 77090

(281) 885-4555

(281) 583-5600 for appointments

Basic needs program *must have an emergency of loss of income within the preceding 45 days. Only for Harris County Residents

The appointment line is open from 9 a.m. to Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

PATH Program Through Tri-County

936-521-6267

Offers temporary housing for homeless individuals and families off the streets and into a safe living environment. Transitional housing is often offered as part of a wider transitional program.

 

Phoenix House

1-844-820-2924

Inpatient abuse services for adolescents

 

Refuge Trauma Center

3513 N Frazier St, Conroe, TX 77303

(936) 648-5379

Offers family and individual counseling (specializes with military vets dealing with PTSD)

 

Montgomery County Youth Services

105 West Lewis St,

Conroe, Texas

(936)756-8682

(888)756-8682

Family and crisis counseling, free of charge, runaway, suicide prevention  Open 24 Hours
Canopy Cancer Survivorship Center

 Medical Plaza 1

1120 Medical Plaza Drive, Suite 250

The Woodlands, Texas 77380

(713)897-5938

(832)298-6262

Offers support to families/youth with a loved one with cancer  

 

Our Mission

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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