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Coffee With the Counselor

Coffee with the Counselor/Cafe con la Consejera

Parents are welcome to enjoy a cup of coffee with the Counselor.  The Counseling Dept. would love to share with you all the exciting things that our department offers for you and your children.  Please check my calendar for this events.

Padres son bienvenidos a disfrutar de una taza de café con la consejera.  El Departamento de consejeria le encantaria compartir con ustedes todas los temas importantes que nuestro departamento ofrece para usted y sus hijos.  Por favor vea mi calendario para ver estos eventos.



If you're a parent that's looking for a casual and informative way of discussing your student's map to success..well it's coming. It's called Coffee With The Counselors.  Several times during the school year, the Judson ISD counselors will host opportunities for parents to take time to not only discuss ways of supporting their child's academic and personal achievement, but each event will feature a topic that pertains to student and/or family issues. Every Coffee With The Counselor day parents can visit their student's home campus for these informative sessions, giving them the opportunity to get to know counselors at their child's school.  Sessions are on Wednesdays, but please check our calendar for exact times.  It will be fun and helpful and most of all it'll give parents a chance to ask questions. So bring your favorite mug, pull up a chair and see how you can best guide your child through the challenges of school and growing up. 

Here's the list of dates for Coffee With The Counselors:


2020-2021 Sessions will be hosted via Zoom

Invite will be sent to e-mail listed on our registration file.

Wednesday, September 9
Thursday, November 12
Wednesday, December 9

Wednesday, January 13
Wednesday, March 10
Wednesday, May 12 


*Note: Due to unforeseeable conflicts, we may be required to modify event date or times.

Some of the topics that will be covered by counselors during the year will be questions like:
*How to help our children at home

*What's the difference between Bullying and Conflict?  

*Why do they (students) act that way?