Hiawatha School Counseling
February 2014 * Volume 5 - Issue 4
A Note from Mrs. Rex
As you know, missing this much school affects our schedules. We're trying to cram in as much as we can and reschedule all of the important things we missed. I am still trying to get back on track, so thank you for your patience as I try to reach all of the students I missed while school was out.
As always, if you have a student who can't wait a few days or even, in some cases, a week, please let me know. I can work something out to squeeze them in.
Here's to a warmer February! :)
Video of the Month
The results were astounding. EVERY SINGLE PERSON described themselves in a much less flattering light. They had a much harder time expressing the good aspects of their physical features than a stranger did.
I share this with you because in the school environment, we may often feel like we're not good enough. The thing is, we are often our worst critics. Remember that we are a family at Hiawatha and that you have a building full of people who love and support you. :)
Web Resource of the Month
The We Do Listen Foundation
Dear Hiawatha Timberwolves,
I have a problem.
Since we've had so many snow days, I have been spending more time on my computer and on my phone. Some of the kids at school are writing mean things about me online and other kids are texting me rude messages. It really hurts my feelings. I can't stop thinking about it.
What should I do?
2. Turn in completed letters to Mrs. Rex.
3. At the end of the contest, Mrs. Rex will pick letters randomly. Those students will receive a prize.