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Counselor's Corner

 

March 30, 2020

Wow!  I don’t know about you, but I sure do want to get back to school, see your smiling faces, listen to your conversations in the lunchroom and watch you learn new things each and every day.  I hope all of you are healthy and doing everything that you can do to stay healthy and well.  Make sure you are doing the assignments that your teachers are sending to you and being extra nice to your parents and your brothers and sisters.  Elementary School students are the best and I want you to show others how great you are even when we are not in school!

Here’s another short story that I found for you to read with your parents.  Like I said, even though we are not in school, you can still be caring and responsible.  
You can also be a leader…read the story to find out how.

Being a Good Leader

Being a good leader means taking charge…when something needs to be done, you do it!

Being a good leader means setting a good example.

When you help someone, you are being a good leader.

When you invite others to join in your activity, you are being a good leader.

When you help others with a problem, you are being a good leader.

When you tell others what a good job they are doing, you are being a good leader.

When you are trying, you are being a good leader.

When you give others a turn to lead, you are being a good leader.

It is very important to be a good leader.

Think of ways that you can be a good leader, not just at school but everywhere.

Write down an example of a time you helped someone else.
Write down an example of a time you praised someone else.
Write down an example of a time that you invited someone else to do something.
Write down an example of a time that you took turns.

Remember, be kind, be responsible, stay healthy, do what you parents say, and Be a Good Leader!

If you need me, e-mail me (jabbott@grandsalineisd.net).  I can’t wait to see you again and hear all about what you’ve been doing.


Dr. Abbott

P.S.  Our character word for this six weeks is CARING.  Take a few minutes to think about what that means to you. How can you be more caring?  Think about a time that you did something that showed you were caring about someone else or the time someone did something that showed they were caring about you.  If you want, e-mail me what you have thought about.  Hint:  I mentioned some things earlier that show what you can do to let others know you are caring about them and their health.  What can you add to the list of things to do to stay healthy and well?

 

 

 

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