Counselor's Corner

My name is Mary Kay Williams, and I am the counselor at Selman Intermediate School. If you have any concerns about your child, please feel free to email me at or call me at 979-885-3852.



Counselor Files and Information
 Character Counts

Wear Green to show you are a responsible person on October 10, 2017
Family Ties presentation on Integrity on October 10, 2017
Generation Texas: Careers- October 17, 2017 (see below)

Color Your World......- October 18, 2017 This is an Antibullying
presentation (see link below)
Unity Day- October 25,2017 (see link below)

What is Generation TEXAS?
Generation TX focuses on getting students thinking about their future and
the next steps that they can take toward college and career readiness.
Generation Texas connects us to each other and clarifies the steps we need to take on
the path to college and career education, from taking the right classes and
tests, to applying to colleges, and then finding the money to pay for
school. These students are what’s next for our state. They have the power
to become the most successful generation ever.


is being able to choose for oneself between right and wrong. It is being able to assume or carry out a duty. A responsible person is someone: you can count on, exercises self-control, does not procrastinate, works hard, sets a good example, keeps on trying, sets high goals, never gives up, pursues excellence, and is self-disciplined. A responsible person is also:  dependable, respectful, independent, accountable, punctual, conscientious, in charge, a team player, committed, and not a bully.       


What is respect?

Respect is showing others that they are important by the way we talk and act towards them.

Respect is knowing that even though we are different, we all have the same rights.

Respect Yourself & Others

The Golden Rule

Always respect other people’s:

  • things/ property
  • ideas- even when we don’t agree with them
  • beliefs
  • feelings
  • dreams
  • differences

How Do You Show Respect?

  1. Say “please” and “thank you”
  2. Say “excuse me”-no pushing
  3. Say “I’m sorry”
  4. Share with others
  5. No name calling
  6. You can disagree with respect
  7. No bullying- Sealy ISD has zero tolerance for bullying


It's never too soon to start thinking about high school ENDORSEMENTS!!
See the information below.

Click here for more information (FAQ's), regarding the Graduation Toolkit

Parent Resources/Links:
Homework Help:

How can your child find answers when they are stumped?  Help
may be as close as a computer screen.  Here are a few places to try. 

 Additional Resources
 Junior Achievement
Character Education Network!
College Campus Tours
Kids Work!
Could This Be Your Life (Grade 4)
Parenting Advice
Focus on the Family
Fun Work-Careers
Good Character
Nation Federation of IBYEF
(Independent Business Young Entrepreneurship Foundation)

Independent Youth
Virginia Career View
Testing Links






Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Study Skills

SAVE- Suicide Awareness Voices of Education

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