WKES School Counselor Newsletter 10/2015

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WKES School Counselor Newsletter 10/2015

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GET IN TOUCH! Please feel free to contact us at anytime. Ms. Angela Rowe:821-4578arowe@lexington1.netMrs. Ruth Arndt :821-4564randt@lexington1.net

#SCFloodReliefOur hearts are heavy with the recent disaster that has hit our state and impacted our community greatly. We hope that your families and loved ones are safe. If you are in need of any assistance, please see the list below of those available to help in your area. Click on the link to be taken to their webpageFEMA - Apply for federal assistance Apply at: disasterassistance.gov or 800-621-3362 / 800-462-7585 (TTY)United Way of the MidlandsAmerican Red Cross Harvest Hope Food BankLexington Leisure Center - The Salvation Army has a mobile canteen here for anyone needing a hot meal.Salvation ArmyThere are many other places that are able to provide support, such as churches, in your area. Many of these places also need donations for those that are able to give. Please let us know if we can be of any help to you. Please don't hesistate to contact us.

Habit of the MonthBegin with the End in MindI plan ahead and set goals. I do things that have meaning and make a difference. I am an important part of my classroom and contribute to my school's mission and vision. I look for ways to be a good citizen.

RED RIBBON WEEK ThemesMonday, Oct 25 - Kickoff to Red Ribbon Week! Wear Red to show you are DRUG FREETuesday, Oct 26 - Mix It Up Day! Wear Mismatched clothes.Wednesday, Oct 27 - Staying away from drugs is NO SWEAT! Wear your workout clothes.Thursday, Oct 28 - Drug Free I can be anything I want to be! Dress for success for your future career.Friday, Oct 29 - Say BOO to Drugs! Wear your Halloween costume.

Ms. Angela Rowe- K, 2nd, and 4th grades arowe@lexington1.net 803-821-4578 Mrs. Ruth Arndt - 1st, 3rd, and 5th grades rarndt@lexington1.net 803-821-4564

October 25-31 is Red Ribbon Week

After the floodChildren react differently to a floodand its aftermath depending on their age, developmental level, and prior experiences. Some will respond by withdrawing, while others will have angry outbursts. Still others will become agitated or irritable. Parents should attempt to remain sensitive to each child's reactions. Click on the link below to read more about helping your child after the flood.Helping children with the flood



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