School counselors are available to every student in the school. At Marshall, our counselors follow students through their three years of middle school and form relationships with students and parents to help navigate and support them through the middle school years.

Counselors are available for any student concern and maintain students’ privacy unless there is a possibility of potential harm. If there is an emergency, students or parents should contact the counselor immediately. Otherwise, the student may fill out a Request to See the Counselor form in the office between passing periods or before/after school. A student may ask a teacher for permission and they will contact the counselor.



Sarah Murrmann

Counselor MS Bilingual

Fun Facts:

I have two daughters, age six & eight.

I enjoy hiking & swimming.

I am a fiction lover/Book recommendations welcome!

grew up surrounded by the beauty of the Blue ridge mountains of Virginia where I received a B.S. I taught ESL courses to parents of school aged-children in California. I recently completed a graduate degree in Social Work. This year will be my tenth year as a school counseling with AISD.

I am excited to connect with our students and families! I look forward to collaborating with the General Marshall community to supporting students as they develop the approaches to learning they need for strong academic, social and emotional characteristics. I enjoy using art, nature and movement to focus on strengths and process challenging experiences and feelings.

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Silvia Covarrubias

Counselor MS Bilingual

Fun Facts:

I have three beautiful daughters.

I love tea with creamer.

I love to read and watch inspirational movies.

I got my bachelor's degree in Psychology from LaSierra University and received my master's in school counseling from Point Loma University both inCalifornia. I have been a counselor for an extended period and have worked in Texas for the past 11 years. I have served in all grade levels; however, Middle School is my favorite place to be.

I look forward to working with our 6th-grade students and their families this school year. As a community of educators, students, and families, I hope that we will unite to establish a positive, inclusive, and productive culture at our emerging campus. 

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Counseling services include

  • assistance with school planning
  • academic counseling and support
  • course selection process
  • career and college readiness
  • group and individual counseling and guidance
  • support with study and organizational skills
  • assistance with home, school and/or social issues
  • parent support and assistance and much more.