Thursday, February 22, 2018

Counselors Making a Difference

Moseley's Pre-K students use kinesthetics to reinforce their counselor's guidance lesson on love.

Adams Middle School
counselors and administrators met with students at Daniels Elementary to discuss the new programs Adams will offer next year. We can't wait for all the new changes. 

Florence Hill Wins Olive Garden
Mrs. Flavin's fourth grade class at Florence Hill raised the most money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's "Pennies for Patients" Fundraiser with $453.39 raised. The students enjoyed a catered lunch from Olive Garden for their fundraising accomplishments.


Williams Pop and Roll

Students in Mrs. Thompson's class at Wonderful Williams show kindness.  Students donated socks to a local homeless shelter for their "Warm Soles" sock drive.  They were rewarded with a  "Pop and Roll" party by their counselor Tonya Womack Campbell.  They danced, learned the tootsie roll dance, ate tootsie rolls and blow pops.  GO WOLVES!

Truman visits Moseley
Moseley's counselor would like to extend a big thank you to Truman counselor Twila Read, athletic coordinator Brian Hale, and JCC Chief Parnell Cross for speaking with our fifth graders about the ins and outs of middle school.

Teen Dating Lessons at DAEP 

Big shout-out and thank you to Lacy Hensley from One Safe Place who presented Teen Dating Violence Awareness lessons to our middle school students at Johnson DAEP.  Matt Jacobs with the Be Project from The Family Place will be presenting to the high school students next week.  LOVE IS RESPECT.