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Rebecca Guzman- Counselor

Rebecca Guzman


Counselor Office Hours:

8:05 AM - 3:35 PM

Phone: 281-421-4460

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About Me 

I am a product of GCCISD and could not be prouder of that. I attended Alamo Elementary, Cedar Bayou Jr., and Robert E. Lee High School. I then attended the University of Houston – Clear Lake and earned my Bachelors of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies in 2005 and then later earned a Masters in School Counseling from Lamar University in 2018.


This is my 19th year in education, all of which have been in GCCISD. I taught for 16 1/2 years in grades 1-3 in all core subject areas.


Family means everything to me and when surrounded by them, I am the happiest. I have 3 amazing children who mean the world to me and who I enjoy making memories with. I love napping, traveling, and spending time with family and friends in my free time.


At Pumphrey I thrive on building positive relationships with students, staff, parents, and the community that will impact our students to their greatest potential. Character guidance lessons will be taught monthly and group sessions, as well as individual counseling sessions, will take place as needed. I look forward to this amazing school year and cannot wait to get to know you all.


Elementary School Counseling Program


The elementary school counselor will use the ASCA National Model which provides a flexible framework to develop a comprehensive program designed to support all students acquire the skills necessary for successful academic, career, social and emotional development.


The 4 components of delivery for these services are:

The Developmental Counseling Program integrates four key components. The four components are: Guidance Curriculum, Responsive Services, Individual Planning, and System Support. The responsibilities of each area are:


  • Guidance Curriculum - Guidance lessons on a variety of topics; classroom presentation with students.
  • Responsive Services - Individual counseling sessions; parent consultations regarding individual student needs; communicating with outside sources.
  • Individual Planning - Academic and career guidance; parent and student consultation regarding planning and goal-setting; interpretation and analysis of assessment instruments.
  • System Support - Parent education training; teacher consultation; participate in our school improvement plan.


Character Strong

Developing good character is an on-going process at Pumphrey Elementary. The Character Strong curriculum focuses on social-emotional learning to help our students be productive, empathetic, successful people. It encourages the development of essential character traits and learning habits to empower their success in elementary school and beyond. The character traits that will be taught are Kindness, Courage, Cooperation, Empathy, Respect, Perseverance, Honesty, Responsibility, and Gratitude. Students are reminded of these traits on the morning announcements and with lessons in the classroom. We encourage you to support these same traits at home as a connection between home and school.