BMS Counselors' Corner

April Newsletter

Teacher and Staff Edition

Welcome back from break BMS staff! It was hard to wake up to the alarm clock after a week off. Spring Break comes at the perfect time for us to recharge our batteries to get through to the end of the year. This newsletter is going to share some ideas and inspirations to help keep that battery life going until that last day of school. Here's to making the most out of the last nine weeks we have with our students.
What Happened When Teachers Found Out How Students Felt About Them
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If I Knew Then: A Letter to Me on My First Day Teaching

And Finally...

If you or someone in your family is going through a tough time, Gaston County Schools offers an EAP program to help:


Humana “We can help you pull through.”


You can take your life to the next level. Whether you are looking for moving and relocation information, resources for education, or other everyday assistance, our knowledgeable and friendly Work-Life specialist and EAP (employee assistance program) professionals can help.


EAP and Work-Life Services are convenient, confidential, and provided at no cost to you and members of your household for up to three sessions. We are here 24 hours a day, seven days a week; so, call anytime. You will have access to counseling, research and referrals, and legal and financial services. Gaston County Schools pays all costs for the first three sessions.


1-800-448-4358 or visit us at Humana.com/eap Username: gcs Password: gcs