Degrees and Certifications:
Bachelors of Science in Human Relation - Amberton University Masters of Arts in School Counseling - Amberton University
My name is Keelana Blue-Hamilton and I am the school counselor here at Harry S Truman Middle. This will be my 2nd year serving GPISD. Before becoming a Trojan, I served as a 7th grade teacher for seven years. I earned a Bachelors of Science in Human Relations from Amberton University and a Masters of Arts in School Counseling from Amberton University. I use the solution-focused approach when working with our students. This allows them to focus on goal setting and making positive decisions for their future endeavors.
When I am not serving the students at Truman, I enjoy spending time with my husband and our 3 children (17, 15 & 2) I also enjoy traveling and working on arts and crafts projects.
Please do not hesitate to contact me for assistance. Wishing everyone a great 2019-2020 school year!
The counselors of Truman Middle School work with school faculty and staff, students, parents and the community to provide developmental assistance to all students. Services are delivered through the following program components:
- A GUIDANCE CURRICULUM taught to classroom size groups of students in the areas including, but not limited to the following: motivation to achieve, decision-making, interpersonal skills, cross-cultural effectiveness, and responsible behavior.
- RESPONSIVE SERVICES provided through individual and group counseling for students whose personal concerns or problems put their personal, social, career and/or educational development at risk.
- An INDIVIDUAL PLANNING system implemented to assist students in planning, monitoring, and understanding their own educational and personal development. Activities are conducted in classroom or individual sessions. Examples are: career exploration, educational/college planning, and transition from one level to the next and academic options.
- SYSTEM SUPPORT provided through services and management activities that indirectly benefit students. Examples of the program support activities include consultation with teachers and administrators, parent education, community relations’ efforts, and program development and evaluation.
Please feel free to contact the counselors if you have any worries or concerns regarding your child's emotional, academic or physical needs.