- Bullying Prevention
- School Refusal & Anxiety
- Grief and Loss
- Notes on Nurturing Our Children’s Emotional Intelligence Presentation
- How young is too young to be home alone?
- Webinar Keeping Distractible Kids in Study Mode While Working From Home
- Digital Citizenship From Common Sense Media
- Super Sibs Club is a series of Sibshops – peer recreation and support sessions for students, grades 2-5, who have brothers or sisters with disabilities, special needs, and/or significant health issues. For more information please visit https://www.siblingsupport.org/about-sibshops or contact the APS Parent Resource Center at 703-228-7239
- Virginia Career VIEW is a safe website for kids that is worth exploring. Ms. Reeser introduced the site as part of a counseling lesson on careers to most of the classes. The remainder of LEM and UEM will have the lesson next week. There are lots of occupations to learn about as well as puzzles, games and contests that help students become more aware of their skills and interests. They are never to young to begin to explore career possibilities.
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