Counseling Program Mission Statement: Design and deliver a comprehensive Counseling program which promotes student Academic, Social/Personal, and Career achievement today for the future.
Children's Mental Health Awareness is May 4 through 10 Please remind your child of the importance of good work habits. After all, school is their job. Being on time helps students to not feel so anxious. Having a good breakfast at home, or here at school, is important for their brain energy. Being prepared for the day by making sure your child has remembered what to bring to school will help them, and you, to not feel anxious. Above all, please make time to sit down, and ask your child how their day went. After that, do something together for a few minutes. Whether it is talking, taking a walk, playing a game together, or letting them help in some way with dinner, you and your child will be able to use this to start off the evening right.Alert...Alert! Some of our students have confessed to staying up too late! Some are sneaking to play video games. Others do not have a set bedtime. They are coming to school sleepy, and not focused. Please help by setting a bedtime, and sticking to it as best you can. Thank you!Classroom Guidance Lessons for the 4thNine Weeks:PK and K:Weeks 1 through 6 - Diversity, Self-esteem, Financial Literacy, Safety, Transitioning to next grade level.K:Weeks 7 and 8 - CareersWeek9 - Transitioning to 1st Grade
1st Grade:Weeks 1 through 8 - Same as KWeek 9 - Transitioning to 2nd Grade2nd Grade:Weeks 1 through 8 - Same as 1st GradeThird, Fourth, Fifth Grades:Weeks 1 through 9-Career Literacy, Test taking skills, Financial Literacy, Safety/life skills, Transitioning to next grade level.
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