Counselors' Corner Newsletter
SESD Pre-K-6 ~ April 27, 2020
HELLO! From all of us to all of you...
We have a few new items in our newsletter. We hope you take a few minutes and really look through it and try out some of the activities.
Please know that we are still here for all of you! If you need to contact for any reason, please use the email addresses below or click the links further below.
We hope you enjoy the newsletter. Scroll through and try out some of the activities. Don't forget to let your counselor know which activities you tried. We want to hear from you! Take care of yourselves, wash your hands, stay home, and keep in touch!
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Check in with your counselor!
We would love to hear from you! Click on your counselor's name below and complete the form. It will go directly to your counselor!
Click on the book cover below to begin the real aloud! We hope you enjoy it!
Kind words do not cost much. Yet they accomplish much.
~Blaise Pascal (French Mathematician, 1623-1662)
What this means is you do not have to buy gifts, flowers, or things to make somebody feel better or happy, just saying a few kind words can brighten their day. For example, telling a family member “Thank you for making dinner today” or “You have such a nice smile."
What is a COPE CAKE?
What is a COPE CAKE?
A cope cake is another way of saying coping skill.
A coping skill is something that makes me feel better when you are mad, worried or sad.
Some coping skills are healthy like going for a walk, taking deep breaths or taking a nap.
Some coping skills are unhealthy. Unhealthy coping skills are hitting, yelling or hurting yourself.
When you choose to do healthy coping skills you are making a good choice.
When you are calm you can return to what you were doing before you were upset.
When you use a healthy coping skill you will feel proud of yourself and those around you will be proud of you too! :)
Take a look at the “cope cake” activity link and coloring page and think about some healthy coping skills that you can use!
What is a career cluster?
Career clusters are a framework that allows us to examine areas of interest without having to choose a specific career right away.
Careers have been organized into 16 clusters based on common knowledge and similar skill requirements. Within each cluster there are pathways that break those careers down further into smaller groups. This week we will highlight the Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security cluster.
Click on the link below to complete a career worksheet.
A Comfort Scavenger Hunt
Digital Citizenship and Cyber Safety
The second electronic flip book about Penelope.... Try it out!
COVID 19 Resources on SESD Webpage:
“Little Free Food Pantry” - 3265 Cape Horn Road Red Lion, PA 17356. - A white tent along the side of the road, across from the Apple Ford dealer. They have canned food, fresh vegetables, side dishes, stuffed animals, pet food, some toiletry supplies. This is a great resource - everything free, take or leave what you need. Consistently restocked.
Participating Sheetz locations are providing lunch, a turkey sandwich, chips, and a drink, for students daily. https://bit.ly/3bVBjxW
The closest to our families: 3200 Cape Horn Road Red Lion, PA and 160 Leaders Heights Road York, PA
Bear Hunt PTA - family activity, participate by placing teddy bears in your windows or drive with your family and try to find as many bears as you can - fun weekend activity after school-work is done.
~~Counselors (Pre K-6th)~~