Awards & Scholarships
Molly Gerold Scholarships
The Texas School Counselor Association is pleased to award up to ten (10) scholarships each year.
- One, $2000.00 scholarship for a graduating senior who is a child/grandchild of a TSCA member,
- Five, $1000.00 scholarships for a graduating senior from a school whose counselor is a TSCA member, and
- Up to four, $500.00 scholarships for graduate hours toward a degree or continuing education in school counseling.
Apply now for the 2019-2020 Scholarships. The deadline is May 1, 2020.
Rhosine Fleming Professional Development Awards
The Rhosine Fleming Award was established in memory of Rhosine DuBose Fleming, who was a counselor for Richardson ISD when she died in 1971. Rhosine was instrumental in the organization of Texas School Counselor Association (TSCA) in 1966 and served as TSCA Secretary. This award is given each year to an outstanding school counselor at each level and stands as a living memorial to Rhosines dedication, professional involvement, and growth.
Award categories are as follows:
- Elementary School Counselor of the Year
- Middle School Counselor of the Year
- High School Counselor of the Year
- Multilevel School Counselor of the Year
- Counselor Supervisor of the Year
- Counselor Advocate of the Year
- Counselor Educator of the Year
- Campus Administrator of the Year
- Legislator of the Year
To qualify for the award, nominations are made based on meritorious letters of recommendation, a rationale statement, and a resume detailing significant contributions to the field of school counseling. Professional school counseling experience and leadership participation in the areas of supervision, professional development, program implementation, and program advocacy are also considered.
2019-2020 Rhosine Fleming Professional Development Award Winners
Elementary School Counselor of the Year - Emily Mennsfield
Middle School Counselor of the Year - Michael OBriant
High School Counselor of the Year - Jennifer Martinez
Multilevel School Counselor of the Year - Geneva Garza
Counselor Supervisor of the Year - Monya Crow
Counselor Advocate of the Year - Lee Worden
Counselor Educator of the Year - Ernest Cox
Campus Administrator of the Year - Will Falker
Legislator of the Year - Representative Mary González (House District 75)