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Mrs. Moeckel and I presented at KSU iCamp.

Happy 2013! We opened our 2nd semester with a wonderful role-play presentation from the 6th grade students. The showed the VES students the three ways they can react in a bullying situation. Our focus was on showing the students how to react ASSERTIVELY (standing up respectively) instead of passive (giving in) or aggressive (hurting back). Check out the student site to see the fun activities your students have been up to!


October is Bullying Awareness month! At VES our focus this month is on how we can stay SAFE!

Join VES in celebrating Red Ribbon Week! Check out our schedule on the weekly bulletin or click on "Red Ribbon Week" on the right hand side of the page!


WELCOME BACK, STUDENT!


THANK YOU, 6th grade students and Mrs. Linn on a wonderful job with getting the word out about Bullying and how we expect to have a BULLY FREE SCHOOL!


K-6 Counseling - Mrs. Sander
Feel free to call and leave a message; I will return your call as soon as possible.
(785) 735-2780 ext. 2215

You may also reach me via e-mail (probably quicker method of communication).
christies@ruraltel.net

Check out the pages to the RIGHT for great information for K-6 Parents and K-6 Students!

CHECK OUT our BULLY-FREE SCHOOL project!

The elementary counseling program is designed to assist students in making the most of their educational experiences.

Focus of grade school counseling:
On each student's...
1. Well being
2. Academic progress
3. Personal and social behavior

Services of grade school counselor:
1. Large group (classroom) guidance (character education)
2. Small group counseling
3. Individual counseling
4. Consultation with parents, teachers and administrators

School counselor will help...
1. Students:
  • understand themselves and others in relation to the world in which they live.
  • cope with emotional crisis.
  • prevent major problems before they occur.
  • encourage better peer relations.
  • learn coping skills, conflict resolution, decision-making skills, anger control, and communication skills.
  • work through academic challenges.
2. Parents:
  • understand the growth and development of their children.
  • develop realistic perceptions of their children's development in relation to their potential.
  • provide parenting skills and/or behavior management techniques for their children.
3. Teachers:
  • encourage the positive growth and development of all children.
  • provide techniques and ideas for students who have a special need.