Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Kind, Career & Dr. King Jr.

Counselors from GPISD schools were in attendance at the MLK Parade on 1/21/19.  Counselors Shannon Neal (Sally Moore College and Career Preparatory), Megan Hay (Florence Hill Elementary), Kimberly Belcher (Eisenhower Elementary), Kelly Meeks (Powell Elementary), and Beverly Green (Moseley Elementary) marched in the parade to represent their schools and help foster Martin Luther King Jr's Dream.  Counselor Tonya Womack Campbell (YMLA) was a spectator.  

 The Dubiski Counseling Services Team, Kindness Crew, and students are writing positive notes of affirmation during lunch time to spread acts of kindness.

Florence Hill collected a variety of items to make 30 “Blessing Bags” for homeless people in Grand Prairie. 
Moseley’s counselor would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who participated in our Career Day. Representatives from the City of Grand Prairie, Lockheed Martin, Edward Jones, Richland College, and various medical professions spoke to our students about the value and importance of hard work and a good education.