Flandreau Indian School
School Counselor Newsletter
Dear students and families,
We would like to recognize all our students who have completed or are completing your assignments, and say THANK YOU!! We are proud of all the work you have done and are doing. We understand there have been obstacles that have come up, but we greatly applaud the resilience, fortitude, resolve, and hard work you have put forth during this trying time.
We miss seeing and being with you all, and look forward to when we see each other again.
Kendra, KC, and Mrs. Tantype
Social awareness encompasses: Perspective-taking, empathy, appreciating diversity, and respect for others.
Video on Social Awareness
9th Grade Social Awareness Skills
10th Grade Social Awareness Skills
11th Grade Social Awareness Skills
12th Grade Social Awareness Skills
Bruno Mars gets social awareness...
Ways for Students to Help in their Communities
Helpful Links for Parent(s) and Caregivers
Researchers agree that the essential role of parents really changes very little from childhood to adolescence. What can and must change are the strategies for carrying out this role.
Research in no way suggests that “one size fits all.” Rather, these parenting strategies offer starting points from which to adapt ideas that fit the characteristics of each family, culture, circumstance, and teenager... Click on the link below to read more about the Five Basics for Parenting Adolescents.
If you find yourself in an emergency, please, call local law enforcement or 9-1-1.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
(800) 273-TALK or (800) SUICIDE