Ms K Sherrard Notes

Here you will find a variety of Guidance themed videos, tips and activities.


Having a network of trusted adults is at the foundation of social emotional learning.  Teachers, coaches, grandparents, relatives and neighbors are a few examples of trusted adults.  It is these trusted adults where kids learn the necessary values and virtues to be healthy, happy and prominent members of society.


- Have a conversation with your child about who your trusted adults were when you were their age. What did you admire about them?


- on paper write down a list of all your trusted adults

- write down the top three things you admire about each one

- tell this trusted adult how much they mean to you (call, text or email)


Watch this video: Everyone needs a Champion

Posted: April 8, 2020

Need Guidance support for your child during this difficult time?  Support is available. Parents can call 626-3257 to reach District Guidance support.  If needed or wanted you can get conneced with Mr. Murphy or myself through this service.