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    Counseling Department
    The H.F. Stevens counseling team will partner with parents, students and the community to develop high-achieving learning that empowers college and career bound leaders and productive citizens of good character.

    Main Phone 
    817-297-5840

    Shana Pink

    7th Grade Counselor
    Email: shana.pink@crowley.k12.tx.us

    Lori Tuck-Pickett
    8th Grade Counselor
    Email: lori.tuck-pickett@crowley.k12.tx.us 

    Secret Anderson
    Counselor's Secretary
    Phone: 817-297-5840
    Email: secret.anderson@crowley.k12.tx.us


    Mission Statement
    The primary responsibility of Crowley ISD Counselors is to partner with students, families, staff and community to help students fully develop academically, socially and emotionally, while preparing them for college and career readiness. 

    Vision Statement
    Crowley ISD Counselors will provide a safe, nuturing and non-judgmental environment to cultivate student success in the global community. 


    What does a school counselor do? 
    • Assists in providing a proactive, developmental guidance program to all students.
    • Provides counseling to individuals, classes and small groups.
    • Responds to educations, career, personal and social concerns of students.
    • Serves as a consultant and provide professional expertise to school personnel, parents and community members.
    • Acts as a coordinator to bring people and resources together.
    • Collaborates with school and district staff to assess and indentify students' abilities, interests and achievements. 
    • Analyzes test results to provide information about aptitude, achievement, interests and needs. 
    • Coordinates school-to-career programs with colleges and universities to provide information to students. 
    • Adheres to strict ethical and legal standards in the performance of these duties.  

    Why contact the school counselor? 

    School counselors can assist students with the following:
    • Transition to a new school
    • Registration process and student orientation
    • Achievement concerns
    • Personal needs
    • Crisis situations
    • Personal graduation plans
    • College and career planning
    • Family transitions such as death, divorce, remarriage, new siblings, relocating from one city to another, etc. 

    Who can refer a student to the school counselor? 

    • Students can do a self-referral.
    • Teachers, administrators or staff referrals are available. 
    • Parent and peer referrals are acceptable. 
    • Counselor observation.