Links to our Counselor's Google Site (referrals and more)
The counseling department at L. Leo Judice Elementary offers a comprehensive counseling program available to each and every student. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, or concerns at (337)521-7710, send me a note with your child, or via email: email@example.com
Each month lessons are taught in classrooms that focus on academic, career, or social skills, and character development. Along with classroom lessons, the counseling department also offers small groups on emotional regulation, changing families, making good choices, grief, self-esteem, and social skills. Groups are offered in the fall and spring and run for 6-8 weeks. Groups meet once a week for about 30 minutes. Individual counseling is available and may be requested at any time. Teachers and students are given request forms, and parents/guardians may send requests via paper, email, or phone.
Homework can be frustrating for parents and children, so here are a few helpful hints:
- Create a calm, quiet place for your child to concentrate. If the kitchen is a busy place, then the kitchen table may not be the best choice.
- Have a flat, clean surface for your child to work with room for them to spread out their books and materials.
- Keep homework at the same time of day, every day to establish a routine.
- Provide the materials that are needed to complete assignments, Pencils, erasers, crayons, ruler, etc.
- All for short breaks in between assignments.
- Check over your child's homework. They don't have to have every single thing right, but they need to make sure a true attempt at the assignment was given.
The school counseling office offers a variety of free parenting materials that contain information on effective parenting strategies. We also have contact information for community agencies that may be helpful. Here is a list of titles of parent information booklets we have in the counselor’s office. You may request one at any time to send home with students to parents.
- Build Responsibility in Children
- Build Children’s Self-Esteem
- Critical Thinking
- Expressing Ideas in Speech and Writing
- Getting Along with Child
- Help Children Learn Using Time Wisely
- Listening Well and Following Directions
- Motivating Children
- Motivating to Success
- Problem Solving
- Raising Responsible Children
- Reading for Meaning
- Reading with Children
- Talk and Listen to Children
- Teach Smart Choices
- When Your Child’s Afraid
- Working With Others
Videos you can check out:
- Help Prevent Bullying
- School Success Starts at Home
- Ready, Set, Kindergarten!
- It’s Never Too Late to Get Involved
- Parents Can Help Children Learn
- Parents Can Read with Children
- Successful Parenting: The Basics
- Successful Parenting: Taming the Homework Monster
Additionally here are some websites with specific subjects you may find useful:
Back to School Readiness Checklist
Back to School Transitions
Anxiety in Children
Learning and Disability Website
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