Tag Archives: counseling

Talking about Careers

Students in K-12 learned about different jobs, and discussed what they might want to be when they grow up.  Older students used the internet to learn about the responsibilities and training of their chosen job.  Check out these videos and links for career exploration for elementary children.   Career Day by the Bazillions NED’s Career Day for Children – Tech/Gaming …

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A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue

A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue

In the book  “A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue”,  Josh dreams he is visited by the Tattle Prince, who teaches him the four rules of tattling: #1  Be a Ranger Danger  (will anyone be hurt if you don’t tell what you know?; #2 Be a problem solver; #3  Now or later?  (can this problem wait?) #4  M.Y.O.B.  (Mind Your Own …

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ES Counselor’s Newsletter

Happy March!  Spring Break is past, and we are now heading towards Spring, with it’s longer days.  Longer days mean more time to play outside! In counseling we are focusing on being healthy  –eating healthy, balanced meals, and the importance of exercising.  Using the USDA’s (United States Department of Agriculture) website at MyPlate.gov,  students are learning about the 5 food …

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January Newsletter

Happy 2015!   The new year is a perfect time for a fresh start.  In January in counseling we focused on setting goals.  Each student was encouraged to think about one short-term goal, and one long-term goal. For short-term goals, students set goals such as turning their homework in regularly, helping with chores, and spending more time with family. Some of …

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