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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
 
 
COVID-19 RESOURCES 
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.