Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Kincaide

All About Me!

My name is Nicole Kincaide and this is my first year in Coupland. I am so excited to become a Coupland Cowboy. I am starting my 16th year in education. I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Education from St. Edward’s University in Austin. I have taught Pre-K, Kinder, 1st, 2nd, Art, P.E., and ESL. This is my first year as a part of the school counseling program. I am finishing up my Master’s program for Counseling and Development at Lamar University and will be graduating in December 2023. 

I am married and have two sons. My oldest son has graduated from TSTC in Hutto and is working as an industrial assistant engineer. My youngest son is in his last year of middle school and will be moving on to high school next year in Thrall. My husband is a master electrician and works as a senior superintendent for a construction company. We love the outdoors and traveling. 

I am so happy to be here and am looking forward to helping all students through their learning journey. 

“Do things for people not because of who they are or what they do in return, but because of who you are.” - Harold S. Kushner

I am excited to be part of the first school counseling program for Coupland ISD. I will work with students to help them through their learning process by supporting them as needed with social, emotional, and academic needs.                   

Phone: 512-856-2422


Education and Certifications:

  • Lamar University Masters in Education, Counseling and Development - School Counseling projected December 2023
  • St. Edward's University Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Education with a concentration in English-Language Arts/Reading, 2009
  • Texas Certified ESL Generalist EC-4th Grade
  • GT Certified
  • Reading Academy Certification 2021


Confidentiality Notice: 

When a student comes to see the School Counselor, what is said in my office is confidential and will be kept between myself and the student. This means that what is said in my office stays in my office, unless…a student is hurting themselves, wants to hurt someone else, or some is hurting them. 

Reasons to See the Counselor: 

Support with Study Skills

  • School Needs
  • Support with Time Management
  • Help Solving Problems
  • Help with Social Issues 
  • Help dealing with Emotions
  • To Talk it out
  • Help Managing Stress
  • Self-Esteem Needs
  • Help with Family Issues
  • Help with Friends or Conflict with Peers
  • Help Getting Resources
  • Anything else you may need help with!