Welcome to Flora M. Singer Elementary School's Counseling Page!
My name is Nicole Weaver and I am so excited to be the new counselor at this amazing school! I will continue to implement a comprehensive school counseling program. Check back soon for more updates and information.
My email address is : Nicole_R_Weaver@mcpsmd.org
Character Education Information
Each month we will be focusing on a character pillar. Student will be able to earn "Turtle Tales" when they exhibit exceptional character. Students will also be nominated at the end of the month for a certificate.
September and October: Respect / Respeto
November and December: Responsibility/ responsabilidad
January : Trustworthiness
May and June: Celebrating Character!
I will be visiting each class once a month. These lessons will focus on character and social skills. The lessons are focused on working with students in the following areas: personal, interpersonal, health, career, and academics.
If you ever have a questions about a lesson, please feel free to email or call.
Small groups are based on teacher recommendation and parent request. Students will participate normally during their lunch block for a series of 5 weeks.
Some groups that are: social skills, friendship, grief, changing families, self esteem and anger.
Organization Tips for Families
ADHD study through NIH
County Resources and Classes
Autism Speaks- great website for families http://www.autismspeaks.org/family-services/tool-kits
Family Grief Support
Flora M. Singer Discipline Policy
Please make sure that you have read over the discipline policy that was sent home. We are committed to creating a safe, welcoming, and positive learning environment for all students.
We will be using a card system where students can earn purple, green, yellow, or red.
Purple: Great! Student has made exceptional choices throughout the school day.
Green- Good! Student has made good choices.
Yellow- An opportunity to reflect.
Red- Reflection form goes home.
Overview of Discipline Policy
Overview of Discpline Policy Spanish