We're thrilled to share that our on-site school Bradley Elementary has been spotlighted for the success of school counselor Ashley Wright, who was recently named Elementary School Counselor of the Year! Here's the full story according to an article by Community Impact.
A Conroe ISD counselor will be honored with a statewide award in February for her work in providing guidance to elementary school students. Through her work in preventive counseling, Bradley Elementary School counselor Ashley Wright was named Elementary School Counselor of the Year by the Texas School Counselor Association.
Wright was notified of her win during a surprise celebration at Bradley Elementary on Jan. 10, and she is set to formally receive the Rhosine Fleming Award on Feb. 10 in San Antonio at the 14th Annual Professional School Counselor Conference hosted by the TSCA.
According to the TSCA, the award is given annually to an outstanding school counselor at each level, including middle and junior high school, high school, counselor supervisor and more.
In an interview with Community Impact Newspaper, Wright said she has worked for CISD since 2012 when she was hired as an elementary school teacher at Armstrong Elementary School. Before CISD, Wright worked for Spring ISD for three years as a prekindergarten, second- and third-grade teacher.
While being a teacher allowed Wright the opportunity to build relationships with her students, she said she recognized that students all over the campus needed additional support.