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Flucas Kaiesha

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Phone: 469-272-2000 ext. 8384


Degrees and Certifications:

M.S. Counseling M.Ed. Educational Administration B.S. Business Computer Information Systems (B.C.I.S.)

9-12 Special Populations Counselor (23-24)

About **Ms. Kaiesha Flucas**, M.Ed., M.S., CSC, LPC-S, NCC

Ms. Flucas is available to encourage and uplift scholars and their families, while helping them to navigate their high school experience.

Please contact her for questions regarding 504, Special Education, and At-Risk Scholar Populations. [Click here for Google Appointment Form]

Ms. Flucas provides a safe, relaxed, and confidential atmosphere in which to explore feelings, beliefs, & behaviors. Collaboratively she works with campus stakeholders and parents/guardians, in an effort to help scholars in their journey to becoming their "best selves", and succeeding academically, emotionally, and relationally. She delights in helping others reach their highest and best potential, and will assist scholars in taking risks, & creating new ways of thinking, behaving, & relating; bringing about positive change and growth.

She specializes in working with adolescents/teens who are experiencing grief/loss, self-esteem, behavioral, & relational issues.

Her credentials include being a Certified School Counselor (CSC), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC-S), National Certified Counselor (NCC), Principal, & Special Education Teacher, with eight years of teaching experience, and nine years of corporate consulting experience. She earned a Bachelor's of Science in Business Computer Information Systems (2001), Masters of Educational Administration (M.Ed./2009), and Masters of Science in Counseling (M.S./2011) from the University of North Texas in Denton, TX.

This is Ms. Flucas's 11th year in the district.

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It is the policy of Cedar Hill Independent School District not to discriminate on any basis as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; and Section 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; as amended.