Welcome from Mrs. Fear, our Counselor!

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    Fayette County Counseling Center - I LOVE ME - Free Workshop Series for Kids - Click here!
     
     
    We have a great Career Website. Please see the link below along with username and password information, If you would like for your child to access the website at home.  The children can take an interest inventory and find specific facts and watch videos on specific careers.
    https://www.virtualjobshadow.com/Login/
    Username:  firstname.lastname
    Password:  Inman15

    In partnership with the Get Georgia Reading Campaign, I am excited to share with you a new, FREE resource – GAREADY4K text message program for parents of 4 and 5 year old.  Families can opt-in to receive about three messages weekly about everyday activities they can do with their children.

    A 2014 study led by researchers at Stanford University found that Ready4K! had a positive effect on the levels to which parents engaged in home literacy activities with their children. The texting program also led to increased involvement with their child’s school.

    Now, Ready4K! is coming to Georgia for parents of 4 & 5 year old children — sign up now by texting gaready4k to 313131.  Again, this is a free, opt-in texting service. Individuals’ mobile carrier text rates may apply.
     

    Dear Parents,

    Our classroom guidance theme will focus on Respect.  We will cover the following aspects of Respect:

     

    • Patriotism
    • Initiative
    • Active listening
    • Tolerance
    • Friendship
    • Sense of Humor

     

    During this time, the students will learn classroom guidance lessons that will be centered around the importance of respect. At the end of the month, a THINK Award will be given to one child in each classroom.



    Definition:  Using words and actions that show others they are important.



    Quotes: 

    • “The words you speak today should be soft and tender…for tomorrow you may have to eat them.”  ~ Unknown
    • “Neither we, nor any other people, will ever be respected ’til we respect ourselves and we will never respect ourselves ’til we have the means to live respectfully.”  ~ Frederick Douglas