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Counseling at Four Corners
Welcome to Four Corners Elementary School Counselor's page. 
Videos and Podcasts
Counselor Happenings
PBIS Spring Newsletter
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Four Corners is a Bucket Filling School
Students in all grades participated in a "drop everything and bucket fill" activity on Friday for 5 minutes and this is what we created!!
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2016-2017 5th Grade Peer Leaders


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Make Friends Not Enemies Presentation
Make Friends Not Enemies group came to FCE to speak to our students about cyber bullying. Students were reminded of their counseling lessons to Recognize-Report-Refuse bullying!!
Student Council Elections

The Student Council elections assembly will take place at 2:00PM on Friday, October 24, 2014 to allow for time for voting to take place immediately after the assembly. Families of candidates are welcome at attend.
Candidates will give a final, one minute speech to the students of Four Corners at a school wide assembly. Voting will take place immediately after the assembly. Students will vote in 12 members, which includes 5 officers, to the 4CE student council.
Thank you to all the candidates and their families for the great campaigns so far. Good luck to all the remaining candidates!!

Mrs.Lind J
Student Council Elections

The Student Council elections assembly has been changed to 2:00PM on Friday, October 24, 2014 to allow for time for voting to take place immediately after the assembly. Families of candidates are welcome at attend.
Candidates will give a final, one minute speech to the students of Four Corners at a school wide assembly. Voting will take place immediately after the assembly. Students will vote in 12 members, which includes 5 officers, to the 4CE student council.
Thank you to all the candidates and their families for the great campaigns so far. Good luck to all the remaining candidates!!
Mrs.Lind J
Bully Awareness Month
October is Bully Awareness Month!!
All students from preschool to 5th grade are learning the 3 R's to stomp out bullying:
Recognize-Report-Refuse!!

Join us in making Four Corners Elementary as Bully Free School!!
Sesame Street Self Control Video
Student Leaders Show Work, Respect and Belong
Taylee Anderson
Colin Bandy
Thomas Chicka
Emmalyn Fornengo
Chayce Strauch
MadelineJones
Kaden Kimmes
Sydney Wanek
Matthew Nault
Paige Tollefson

Bullying
Welcome back students!!
Welcome back students and families for our 2013/2014 school year. I hope you had a restful, fun and healthy summer. I am excited to see you all again and get back to all our fun and learning during counselor time. Look for your counseling lessons to begin this week!
See you in the hallway, lunchroom, and at the bus. :)
Mrs. Lind
Conversation and Compliments
Compliment= Words that describe something you like about a person or something you think the person is good at.
 
Steps for giving a compliment:
1.      Face the person you’re talking to
2.      Use respectful, sincere words
3.      Use a friendly tone of voice
 
Steps for receiving a compliment:
1.      Face the person who talking to you
2.      Listen respectfully
3.      Say “thank you”


Students in all grades are learning to give and receive compliments during counselor time. Consider giving a compliment to someone you care about today!
Mrs. Klein
 
 
Counseling Cirriculum at Four Corners
Second Step: A Violence Prevention Curriculum® is a universal program that proactively teaches critical social and emotional skills to all children. The curriculum goals are focused on reducing aggressive and disruptive behavior while promoting social-emotional competence. The ability to transfer learning to real-life situations is a major goal of the Second Step program that must be supported through repeated practice in multiple settings. All staff (administrators, teachers, support personnel, parents) play a role in reinforcing and modeling desired skills and behaviors to achieve this end. (©2002 Committee for Children)
Community Resources for Superior families
Resource List-
 
Human Resource Center
392-8216
 
Lutheran Social Services
394-4173
 
Duluth Clinic-Superior
395-5454
 
Arrowhead Psychological Clinic
723-8153
 
Harbor City Psychological
722-4058
 
St. Luks Hillside Center
218-249-7000
 
United Way- call 211 for ANY area resources. This is a good place to start.
 
Your personal insurance carrier can also answer questions about what area resources are available for children with their policy.
Web Pages
Files
 Calendar for guidance 2013.docx
Check out what your student is learning during counselor time this school year!
Contacts
+ Larson, Rachael
Click on name to see details.