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Summer Workshops at Shodor still available!

For 6th-12th graders who like Computers, Math & Science For middle and high school students who are interested in COMPUTERS, MATH and/or SCIENCE, Shodor offers a variety of explorations to satisfy their intellectual appetites during time away from school this … Continue reading

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Internet Safety Part II

As school counselors, we often discuss the importance of internet safety. Parents please take a look at this interactive tool: http://www.takethislollipop.com.  You must have an active facebook account in order to participate. Also, please make sure your children are utilizing … Continue reading

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Internet Safety Rules

Ask your parents’ permission before using your full name, address, telephone number, or school name anywhere on the internet. Tell your parents or guardian if you see something online that you know is wrong or makes you feel uncomfortable. Don’t … Continue reading

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Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying happens on web sites, in chat rooms, in blogs, through e-mail, on voicemail, and through text messages.  The definition of cyberbullying is: The use of different forms of technology to hurt, embarass, or ridicule a person.  A cyberbully can be … Continue reading

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School Psychology Awareness Week

My name is Sarah Hamel, and I am the School Psychologist at Leesville Middle School. Helping our students and schools focus on recognizing and developing team players is at the heart of national School Psychology Awareness Week, November 11–15, 2013. … Continue reading

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Supporting Students with a Head Injury

Information For Educators: After having a head injury, students may experience a variety of physical symptoms that persist after the initial diagnosis. These may include headaches, nausea, balance problems, dizziness, fatigue, and sensory sensitivity. Following doctor’s orders is always the … Continue reading

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Traumatic Brain Injury Prevention

Falls and motor vehicle crashes are the most common causes of brain injury in school-age children.  However, participation in sports frequently results in brain injury, primarily concussion.  There are many ways to reduce the chances that you or your child … Continue reading

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