March PACE Character Trait is DILIGENCE
- pay attention to details
- ignore distractions and focus on your work
- do a little each day to reach a goal
- work hard even when it's tough
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Good morning. This is Mrs. Snider, your school counselor, and this week, we are celebrating National School Counseling Week. One of my goals is to help you learn new skills to help you succeed. This week, we are focusing on perseverance. I know you’ve faced many challenges as our schools have moved online, as you’ve missed out on time with friends and family, and as many of your regular activities were postponed or cancelled altogether. Everything is different and that’s a lot to handle. Determination is a skill that can be helpful. And, to be honest, it’s one I have to practice, too.
In Iron Man, Tony Stark said, “It’s an imperfect world but it’s the only one we got.”
Using your determination when everything feels different is hard. First you have to accept that change has happened and will happen, and you just need to find your footing and do the next right thing.
There are lots of tools to help you stay on target. Making lists and setting goals, and just taking time to process your feelings can help you keep going and stay determined.
You may not have an IronMan suit, but you have me. Let me know if you want to chat. I’m here to help.
We are on the lookout for students who are displaying CARING. Caring means: "showing a genuine concern for the welfare of others and being a kind, supportive helper" Here are some ways to show respect: