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Counseling Center

Jeanette Arnold 
Guidance Counselor
Jeanette.Arnold@midlothianisd.org
 

Hello! My name is Mrs. Jeanette Arnold. This is my sixth year being a part of the Longbranch family. I have spent the last ten years in Midlothian ISD. My Bachelor's and Master's Degrees were obtained from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. I am certified in School Counseling, Reading, Social Studies, Gifted and Talented and Special Education. 

Before moving to Texas, I taught Special Education in Ohio.  My husband, Andy & I have 3 children.  Emma is in PA school in Ohio, Ella attends Texas A & M University and Lawrence attends Blinn College.    As a family, we enjoy traveling and hiking.  My passions include my faith, family, and education.

Counseling Mission Statement 

Midlothian ISD Counselors impact the academic, career, and personal/social development of all students. School counselors are integral members of the instructional team. They directly impact student achievement by delivering comprehensive services that meet the needs of the 21st century school community. 

Counseling Vision Statement 

Our students are empowered to achieve success academically, socially, and emotionally to prepare for their future. Character development is an integral part of our day as students focus on practicing empathy, self-direction, teamwork, responsibility, respect, kindness, courage, perseverance, and integrity.

Counseling Services 

Classroom Lessons - classroom lessons address personal, social, academic, and career-related needs at the child's developmental level 

Individual Counseling - topics are based on the needs of individual students 

Group Counseling - students share similar issues or concerns