Rosemont 6th Grade School Counselor’s Corner
Our mission: The mission of the Rosemont 6th Grade School’s Counseling Center is to provide a safe environment for students to talk about issues related to academics, career, and personal/social issues. We provide a comprehensive, developmental counseling program that teaches students to be productive members of society. All students will have access to knowledge and be prepared with skills to perform to their full potential. This occurs through the partnership of counselors with other educators, families, and the community.
Meet Our Staff:
Beverly Burke, M.Ed. in Counseling
Ms. Burke is our school counselor. Ms. Burke is from Fort Worth, TX and is a graduate of Paschal High School. Ms. Burke is a mom of 3, and grandma to 9. Ms. Burke has been in education for 27 years and was previously a Special Education teacher for Granbury ISD, Dublin ISD, and Fort Worth ISD. Ms. Burke holds a certificate in Special Education K-12 and a Master’s Degree in Education for Counseling from Tarleton State University. Ms. Burke is full of life and loves students helping them while they are here at Rosemont and beyond.
Paige Henderson, LMSW, LCDC
Ms. Henderson is our Intervention Specialist. Ms. Henderson is from North Dakota and has called Texas home for many years. Ms. Henderson graduated from Sherman High School in Sherman, TX. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington and is a Licensed Master Social Worker as well as Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in the state of Texas. Ms. Henderson has been a social worker for 40 years and has been in education for 28 years. Ms. Henderson enjoys working with students and their families in order to get them to be the best they can be.
Alicia Franklin, LMSW
Ms. Franklin is our Case Manager. Ms. Franklin was born and raised in Fort Worth, TX and graduated from Trimble Tech High School. Go Bulldogs! Ms. Franklin has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington and is a Licensed Master Social Worker in the State of Texas. Ms. Franklin has been in education for 3 years and enjoys working with children and families and providing resources to families in need.
Ms. Montano is our Intern from Texas Christian University where she is getting her Master’s Degree in Social Work. Ms. Montano graduated from Everman High School. Ms. Montano leads our Youth Voices 4 Change student group and helps with students who come to the counseling office. Ms. Montano enjoys seeing the students and helping them solve problems.
Please call or stop by the counseling center at any time to speak to one of the above individuals regarding your student and family life. We would love to help your family in any way we can. Our office is located on the first floor next door to the main office and across from the cafeteria.
- FWISD Family Resource Center
- The Family Resource Center helps families with familial and behavioral issues with children. The Family Resource Center provides counseling and resources for families in need. There are multiple locations and the closest location is at Forest Oak Middle School. You can do a self-referral at this link: https://www.fwisd.org/Page/5357
- Suicide Prevention
- Suicide is a pain that no one should have to bare. Watch the Lifelines video for some insight on signs to watch out for and how to maintain an open dialogue with your children about their feelings and emotions. https://youtu.be/SHtCg-AZA2w
- Bullying is intentionally hurting, harming, and humiliating another student, either physically or emotionally, and can happen while at school, in the community, or online. Those bullying often have more social or physical “power,” while those targeted have difficulty stopping the behavior. The behavior is typically repeated, though it can be a one-time incident.
- Bullying is taken very seriously in Fort Worth ISD and here at Rosemont 6th. Here are a few websites that will give you more information. If your child is being bullied at school, please contact the counseling office or a school administrator for assistance.
- It’s Not Okay (INOK)
- Bullying, substance abuse, cheating and more- these behaviors are not okay! Fort Worth ISD is committed to helping our students stay safe. The "It's not okay!" initiative encourages students to make healthy decisions and ask for help when they or their friends are in need.
- Through the reporting component, students are now able to report a concern through e-mail, text, by phone or by using the "friends 4 life" button below on any of the topics listed above and more.
- To report any of the above behaviors, students can visit: https://www.p3campus.com/tipform.aspx?ID=510
- FWISD Family Resource Center