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    Courtney  (Culpepper) Kerlick

    Courtney (Culpepper) Kerlick

    Graduation Year: 2000
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Phone: 936-931-0300 ext. 3905


Degrees and Certifications:

BA Sociology Masters in Counseling

Mrs. Courtney Kerlick

My name is Courtney Kerlick and I am the school counselor here at Roberts Road Elementary School.  Before coming to Waller ISD, I attended University of Utah where I received my degree in Sociology, and then received my Master's Degree in School Counseling.  I came to Roberts Road in 2005 where I worked as a special education teacher.  In 2009 I began working at RRE as the school counselor.  I am so excited to be here at Roberts Road Elementary!  I live with my husband, Stan, son, Zachary and daughter, Camryn.  I love being a school counselor and everyday I feel thankful to have the opportunity to work with you and your children.  Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. 

  • Soda Pop Head

    by Julia Cook Year Published: 2011

    Lester is a Soda Pop Head! He has a hard time controlling his anger, until his dad figures out how to help him. This book takes an empathetic, yet powerful look at anger management in a fun way! A must read for all Soda Pop Heads!!!

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  • A Flicker of Hope

    by Julia Cook Year Published: 2018

    A Flicker of Hope is a much-needed resource for our times. Hope is our children's window for a better tomorrow. In terms of resilience and well-being, hope is a critically important predictor of success. 

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  • Wilma Jean the Worry Machine

    by Julia Cook Year Published: 2012

    Kids that have experienced any kind of anxiety can relate to this book! 

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  • Mindset Matters

    by Bryan Smith Year Published: 2017

    This book teaches children how to see problems and dilemmas as opportunities to learn and grow, and reveals why failing doesn't make them failures. 

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  • The Invisible Boy

    by Trudy Ludwig Year Published: 2013

    A story with heart and soul. The Invisible Boy brings the power of kindness and compassion into focus. 

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  • Have You Filled a Bucket Today?

    by Carol McCloud Year Published: 2006

    A Guide to Daily Happiness for Kids

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  • Wonder

    by R.J. Palacio Year Published: 2013
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