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Welcome to Wilson Elementary School's School Counseling Page!
Virtual Office Hours
** Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 10:00 am**
Please email me if you have any questions or need any assistance.
Do and Donts
Here are some suggestions and resources to consider as you provide support to your students regarding COVID-19. 
Encourage parents to limit their children's exposure to the media
Provide a calming influence to students as needed
Help students address their fears

School Counseling Resources and Ideas

  • Second Step is offering free social and emotional learning activities for ages 5-13, a podcast for families and a mindfulness program. 
  • National PTA has developed a number of resources for families concerned about remote learning and stress and anxiety related to COVID-19.
  • Southern Regional Education Board offers two relevant webinars for school counselors, including School Counseling from a Distance and Follow Up: School Counseling from a Distance
  • The Association for Career and Technical Education has compiled a list of resources for distance learning as well as free online courses.
  • CASEL has collected a number of resources to assist in addressing students’ social and emotional needs.  
  • National Center for Learning Disabilities offers a guide for educators and guide for parents for online learning for students with learning disabilities.
  • Sanford Harmony at National University provides social and emotional learning tools for pre-K–6. 
  • Common Sense has curated a list of tools to assist children with special needs or learning differences that should be helpful to parents during school closures. 
  • NEWSELA offers social/emotional learning lessons students can complete remotely.
  • BrainPOP provides movies with social/emotional learning components that students can watch and respond to. 
  • Because kids are participating in more digital learning, offer a refresher on digital safety, cyberbullying, etc.
  • The New York Times is offering writing prompts, interactive discussions, documentaries and contests (updated every weekday) 
  • Now is a great time to check out Google Expeditions, where you’ll find virtual field trips and AR experiences. 
  • Everfi is offering free digital lessons for remote learning. 
  • The Confident School Counselor provides resources for self-guided learning, webinars and toolkits for a range of topics.
  • Centervention’s game-based behavior interventions help students practice social and emotional skills.
  • The Original Ned Show offers “fun stuff for home,” including printables about responsibility, making good choices, etc. 
  • Seesaw is a remote learning platform, but the home-learning tips for families may be helpful for school counselors to share. 
  • The Special Olympics GenerationUnified.org has an abundance of video content and amazing stories to help keep you inspired and uplifted.
  • Older students may be interested in learning how to journal with Mayo Clinic’s Gratitude Challenge
  • Students may want to tour college campuses here and here, since they can’t visit in real life.
  • Inside SEL links to a number of social/emotional learning resources.