Fannin Counseling Services

1.3 Newsletter (Week of August 31- September 4)

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Meet your Counseling Team!

Fannin Counseling Services - Our Mission

The mission of the Fannin Middle School Counseling Team is to provide a proactive, comprehensive, and developmentally appropriate program to address students’ academic and career goals in addition to supporting their personal and social needs. We can accomplish this through a partnership with parents/guardians, staff, and community members to enable all students to become successful, productive citizens and lifelong learners in a diverse and changing world.

Fannin Counseling Services - Our Vision

The vision of the Fannin Middle School Counseling Team is to empower all students to reach their maximum potential by using a comprehensive program that will address academic, personal/social, and career goals. We will promote an environment to encourage personal inquiry and growth, social responsibility, and academic excellence. School counselors believe that every student can succeed through the collaborative efforts of school, home, and community leading to responsible and productive citizenship in the 21st century.

Social Emotional Learning Corner

Ways to teach your child to BE KIND online

Set a good example.

  • Write positive reviews of places you’ve been
  • Post uplifting messages with your child

  • Model how to be kind to children who are cyberbullied.


Upcoming Events

09/01/2020 - Meet the Teacher Night (Virtually)

6:00pm - 7:00pm

9/06 - 09/11: Suicide Prevention Awareness

09/10/2020: Wear Yellow in honor of World Suicide Prevention Awareness

09/12/2020: Food Drive -11am - 1pm

Please see flyer below for information

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Fannin Families:

Please contact 972-522-7070 to register.

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Xello is an engaging, fun-to-use software that students can access online, at school or at home. Students can even access Xello from their mobile devices. Using Xello, students plan their journeys toward the future by creating their very own unique roadmap for future success.

The program is implemented through the GPISD Counseling Services Department at every elementary and secondary campus. The mission of the Counseling Service Department is to guide students from cradle to career, making every student future-ready!

Get started on the journey to becoming future-ready by logging in to Xello. xello.world


Logging in to Xello


Username: GP-Student ID Number (no spaces)

Password: fllllmmdd


  • f: first letter of the first name
  • llll: first four letters of the last name
  • mm: the month of birth
  • dd: day of birth

College of the Week

University of North Texas

Forbes has named the University of North Texas as a best university every year since it started its Best Colleges list. We're Texas' most affordable research university according to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, and the Princeton Review named UNT a "Best in the West" university. We give you more options than any university in the Dallas-Fort Worth region, offering 101 Bachelor's, 83 Master's, and 36 Doctoral degree programs.

Specialties offered

Anthropology

Area, ethnic, and gender studies

Biological and biomedical sciences

Business, management, and marketing

Communication and journalism

Computer and information sciences

Construction trades

Criminology

Economics

Education

Engineering

Engineering technologies/technicians

English language and literature/letters

Family and consumer/human sciences

Foreign languages and literatures

Geography

Health professions and related sciences

History

International relations and affairs

Legal professions and studies

Liberal arts, sciences and humanities

Mathematics and statistics

Multi/interdisciplinary studies

Natural resources and conservation

Parks, recreation, and fitness studies

Philosophy and religious studies

Physical sciences

Political science and government

Psychology

Public administration and social services

Science technologies/technicians

Security and protective services

Social sciences, other

Sociology

Theology and religious vocations

Transportation and materials moving

Visual and performing arts

2020-2021 Class Schedule

Fannin Family until September 8th we all will have the same lunch time. Please refer to our 2020-2021 bell schedule.

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http://gpisd.instructure.com/


Canvas from your child's view

https://youtu.be/hKpGuku60s8


How to log in to Canvas- https://youtu.be/_e1Whvbh79s

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Actualización de la información del administrador de contenido (Content Keeper)

English Logging into Content Keeper- https://youtu.be/hKpGuku60s8

Spanish Logging into Content Keeper- https://youtu.be/_ecgeHf2ek8

Mental Wellness


Everyone needs someone to talk to. DialCare is standing by.


In addition to the continuing counseling services provided by campus counselors and social workers, Grand Prairie ISD is offering an opportunity for students in 6th through 12th grades to receive virtual counseling services with a trained licensed professional counselor before and after school hours and weekends through DialCare. Counseling is available through the app or on the phone.


Adolescents are often faced with social-emotional challenges that may be difficult for them to handle on their own. Many times, just having the chance to talk through these issues can lead to personal growth and wellness. Actively taking steps to improve one's overall well-being and happiness is a key component of self-care. Self-care plays a vital role in helping adolescents cope with and conquer the challenges of life, especially during these unprecedented times.


This program is easy to use:

• Students can schedule counseling sessions Monday through Friday before or after school hours and on Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Counseling sessions should not be scheduled during school hours.

• Our mental health professionals will reach out via phone or video chat upon request.

• Consultations are available in both English and Spanish.

How it works:

Step 1: Students can schedule an appointment by app, website or phone: 844-249-4094

When signing in through the website or app, your member ID is your student ID

Step 2: Our mental health professionals will reach out to the student via phone or video chat at the scheduled appointment time.

Step 3: Appointments can last up to 30 minutes.

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