School Counseling News
Week of Oct. 19th
We Are Stronger Together
Definition of Bullying:
Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Both kids who are bullied and who bully others may have serious, lasting problems.
See the links below for resources.
Do The Right Thing!
If you notice a student "doing the right thing" and want to nominate them, email me and I will place a form in your box. If they win, they and a guest will be treated to a special luncheon at The Firestone Grill.
Nominations for October are Due by October 21st.
Cardinal Upstander Kaliyah Luke
Introducing our Cardinal Upstander Awards
This award will go to students who exemplify Upstander qualities during a situation involving bullying or potential bullying:
-Don't give bullying an audience
-Be their friend
-Help them get away
-Set a good example
-Tell a trusted adult
By doing these things, students will help others to Stand Up & Speak Out against bullying of all types, therefore making them upstanders instead of bystanders.
Please email me names of kiddos you believe have stood up and spoken out against bullying throughout the year.
Cardinal of the Month
Our first Cardinal of the Month luncheon is this Thursday, 10/22. Invites will need to go home today. Thanks!
Cardinal of the Month 15-16:
I will send out a final schedule by lunch on Tuesday.
Have News to Share w/ FHES?
Please use this form to submit a referral for school counseling services. Thanks!