What's the Buzz?
October 8, 2021
Report cards are being emailed to the email address listed in Power School for your student. Classroom teachers are in the process of scheduling parent-teacher conferences and meeting/calling with parents. If you have not received a conference time or have any questions about your student's report card, please contact your student's teacher.
Counselor's Corner with Mrs. Tucker
In honor of fall spirit week, I want to mix things up and offer some fun fall ideas. I know as a parent it can be hard sometimes to think of new fun experiences with your family. See the list below and hopefully it will inspire you as well. Please remember with # 30 that it is meant to be fun scary, not actually scary. Even if kids seem tough or seem to enjoy the scary stuff, they probably just enjoy the time with you or want to seem ok. The bad dreams or acting out that follows sure isn't worth it - their young brains often don't know how to process that really scary stuff. Enjoy!
Also - look for the note in your child's bag about our personal safety program today. Thank you.
Second Step Program
We completed Lesson 8 in our Second Step program this week. Our kindergarten students learned about anger and how to identify when they or others are angry. We learned that anger is a natural feeling, but that it is not ok to hurt themselves, others, or things when angry. Our first graders talked about how feelings can be the same and different. Two people in the same situation may feel differently about it. It is ok for people to have different feelings. There are no home links for lesson 8.
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