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Guidance & Counseling

For student safety and well-being concerns after school hours, please call Conroe ISD’s KidChat Hotline at 1-800-543-2428 or make a report through Anonymous Alerts. Learn more here.

District Guidance & Counseling Staff
Campus Counseling Staff

Guidance and Counseling Department

Our Vision

Conroe ISD is committed to the academic, behavioral, social, and emotional success of all students. Students will develop a healthy sense of self and consideration for others, recognize diversity with understanding and respect for others, successfully manage their emotions and behaviors, and make responsible decisions. The District is dedicated to fostering an environment where students thrive and reach greater heights than ever before.

Resources for Students, Families & Employees

Need Help?

Need Help?

Crisis Text Line
Text “HOME” to 741741 Send a SMS
Crisis Hotline
1-800-784-2433
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-8255
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
988

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Suicide Protocol

The District’s Suicide Protocol is designed to assist staff members in responding to student threats of suicide or self-harm. A suicide threat is any indication through words, in writing or behavior indicating a person may have self-destructive tendencies and/or the intent to take their own life. The District will not ignore any suicide threat.

View Suicide Protocol Packet – English Versionpdf
View Suicide Protocol Packet – Spanish Versionpdf

1. Secure Student

  • DO NOT LEAVE STUDENT ALONE. Do not send the student back to class. Do not allow the student to get on the bus or drive home. Make sure an adult is with the student at all times (including bathroom and lunch). Do not allow the student to enter any locked facility alone.
  • Staff should speak calmly to the student and do their best to protect the student’s privacy. The student needs to be made aware of the limits of confidentiality (harm to self, harm to others or being harmed will lead to needing help by informing parents/guardians and/or helping agencies).
  • Listen to the student. Let them tell you their story. Do not add words or clarify with specific words.