How long has it been since you checked with your children about their personal safety knowledge? We find many students at school of all ages who don’t know their own personal information. In this digital age, it is so . . .
Recently some of our fifth grade students had the opportunity to listen to DeMoine Adams speak in Kearney at the Fifth Grade leadership conference. He made several great points that any of us can apply to our lives. The . . .
While your student is at school we spend time discussing the very important issue of tattling vs. reporting. Tattling is telling on someone with the purpose of trying to get him or her in trouble. Reporting is letting an . . .
Intolerance is the unwillingness to accept views, beliefs or actions that are different than your own. We have been discussing this in many of our school counseling lessons this past month. It sounds like this in . . .