Campus Phone: (832)223-4700

About Adolphus

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Phone:  (832) 223-4705
Fax:  (832) 223-4701

Introducing Your School Counselor

My name is Staci Davis and this is my first year at Adolphus Elementary.  I have been in the field of education for 13 years.  Prior to coming to Adolphus, I was a parent involvement liaison for LCISD and then a 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade teacher.  I loved the opportunity to work with children and realized my passion for helping others.  My days are exciting working with students and my evenings and weekends are spent with my wonderful family.  My husband is Gary and we both enjoy dancing, jet skiing, and 4 wheeling.  We also like to watch “I Love Lucy” re-runs!!  My children are Adam, Amy, and Ashley.  They are currently attending college and I am so proud of all three of them. I am blessed.  We have a beautiful Cocker Spaniel named Molli and our newest member to the family is a Schnauzer named, Sir Tucker.  

What does a school counselor do?

My goal at Adolphus is to make sure that all of our students are being academically and socially successful at our school.  I collaborate with teachers and parents to facilitate a positive school environment.  I also strive to assist struggling learners and use my experience in working with children to help ensure that their needs are being met.

I will present monthly guidance lessons in the classroom.  The lessons cover a variety of topics related to character development, academic success, goal setting, and decision making.  The topics are beneficial to the social and academic development of the students.  This is also an important time for me to get to know your student and build a positive relationship with them. 

It is going to be a great year becoming an official

Adolphus Bulldog !!!!!

No Place for Hate

No Place For Hate

Adolphus has been officially recognized as a “No Place for Hate” campus.  If you have lunch with your child, you will see our banners! Our goal is to be recognized again this year.  My 5th grade students will make up the “No Place for Hate Coalition.” They will be receiving help from 3rd and 4th grade Kindness Club members.  These two groups will promote school-wide activities that encourage kindness, acceptance of differences, and respect for others. They will be working hard but we need everyone to do their part to make our school a welcoming place for all.