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5 Influencers Every School Counselor Should Follow

  Guest post by Thomas Broderick, from Teach.com No matter the school, working as a school counselor is a tough job. Your days are full…

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The Paper Bag Bully Book

Do you have brown paper bags from the one field trip your kids take a school year sitting in a kitchen drawer staring at you??…

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The NOT so average Father’s Day…..

The beginning of my life story is no different than many of the elementary students that I have seen in counseling.   I know the feeling…

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New Years Resolution Activity for Large or Small Groups – Plus Freebie!

New Years is a time when we are forced to re-evaluate our life and think about our future.  This year has brought so many changes…

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How to make the Grinch Grin – Lesson for Small Groups – Freebie!!

Almost every student that I have worked with knows the story of The Grinch and loves it.  The only problem is – time.  I would…

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Fall Counseling Activities for Grades K-2

Fall is by far my favorite season.  I love everything about it.  The pumpkin picking, corn mazes, apple cider, apple cider doughnuts, and the beautiful…

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The DIGITAL JOURNAL – Why and How

These past few months have brought many changes into my life.  We moved from Massachusetts to South Carolina for my husbands job.  Moving a family of 5…

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Problem Solving Lessons for Grades 2-5

I don’t know about you, but this time of year is rough at my elementary school.  It’s like the weather gets nice, and all of…

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Why should you teach about PERSONAL BODY SAFETY?

  Why is it that 1 in 5 girls and 1 in 20 boys are victims of child sexual abuse? (www.victimsofcrime.org)  How is this possible?…

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Winter Vacations and Chronic Truancy

School Counseling Confessions

It’s getting cold up here in the northeast.  It’s snowing with wind chills at or below zero-  Brrrrr!  Can’t you just feel the chill.   All the perfect ingredients for some of my students to take a trip to the tropical countries where many of their families are from.  Just this week alone I have had 3 families that are leaving school for an extended period of time.   Many times they let us know just days before there big trip or sometimes not at all, which drives me crazy!

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