we@sel * march

parents of elementary students * student support services

Hello All!

March is motoring along and we are heading into spring. I hope you had a nice break, wherever you spent it! Students have been telling me of watching the wonderful fireworks and activities of our Canada Winter Games in Prince George.

However, judging by the "cute" hairdo's and suntans, not everyone stayed home over the holidays!

This flyer has resources on conversations with your child, teaching life skills, dealing with the stress of moving, and more. Social emotional learning skills lead to school and life success.

Linda Campbell

school counsellor

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Get together for dinner. A well-worded question is a good way to connect after a long day. They are called starters because they will spark a deeper conversation about the things that matter to you. Each category contains a number of conversation starters that can work well.

click the family dinner project below
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Parent Workshop Behaviour Doctor Seminars

Parent Workshop Behavior Doctor Seminars

Student Support Services, School District No. 57, invites all parents to attend the
March 17, 2015 Workshop at
John McInnis Centre, 3400 Westwood Drive Meeting will be held in the Supercal Room

6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Presentation by:
Dr. Laura Riffel, PH.D.
Laura A. Riffel Ph.D. is the current director of Behavior Doctor Seminars which serves as a resource center for educators, parents, pediatricians, transportation providers, daycare providers, social workers, and psychologists. With over 35 years of experience, Dr. Riffel has had the opportunity to teach children from preschool through adults in regular and special education settings. Attend an evening with Dr. Laura Riffel and learn research based strategies that get children to bed on time, comply with requests the first time, and end arguing. Dr. Riffel will share tried and true techniques that will have you promoting positive behaviour in your home.

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Videos are a great way to share important message. Take a look at some of the videos below the RCMP have developed on cyberbullying, distracted driving and more and share with your child.
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to find parent support services

february flyers for families with elementary and high school students below

if you need help call the crisis center

250-563-1214 (Within Prince George) 1-888-562-1214 (Northern BC)

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linda campbell, we@sel

linda campbell

student support services

school counsellor

working together for social emotional learning

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