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Below are some Social/Emotional Ideas you can use at home during the school closure. There are additional resources listed at the bottom.
Wednesday, March 18th:
Visit the following website for Howard B. Wigglebottom books, audio books, videos, lessons and more
Great for students K-3
Middle School Students
It's never too early to start thinking about a career.
Visit the following website and take the short quiz to be matched with a career that best fits your personality and abilities. This website is also full of information regarding jobs, the requirements, and the salary.
Thursday, March 19th:
Today, lets focus on being kind! Visit the following website for ideas!
Friday, Match 20th:
Today lets move our body well practicing some self-care!
Monday, March 23rd:
Make a list of 30 things you are grateful for today.
Write a letter to someone you miss. This would be a great time to practice addressing an envelope and learning your address as well.
Tuesday, March 24th:
Research 10 different colleges. How much does it cost to attend? Do they have the major you are interested in? What is the required ACT score?
Draw a picture of what you want to be when you grow up. Write 5 things you will do in this career.
Wednesday, March 25th:
Make a list of 10 ways to show respect at school.
Show responsbility today by helping your family members with 3 things you wouldn't normally do.
Thursday, March 26th:
Make a recipe for Friendship. Spend some time looking at a family members cook book for inspiration.
Friday, March 27th:
Play emotional chardes! Can your family guess how you are feeling?
SEL Resources ( includes great resources for talking to your students about COVID-19)
Welcome to the Ridgeview Elementary School Counseling Website!
What do elementary school counselors do?
- Teach classroom counseling lessons
- Facilitate short-term small group counseling
- Provide immediate and short-term individual counseling
- Work collaboratively with teachers and staff
- Consult with parents
- Provide hygiene or holiday assistance
- Provide information and/or referrals for community resources to families
If you feel your child would benefit from any of the above services please contact the counseling office.
Mission of Ridgeview's School Counselor Program:
The mission of the WCDE comprehensive school counseling program is to provide a developmentally appropriate services addressing academic, career and social-emotional needs of all students while providing support to families in partnership with communities.
Empowering students with the skills and knowledge necessary to become caring, productive members of society.