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    We Got This
     
    Shannon Kinniebrew   School Counselor                                                                  
                 
     
     
    Summerwood Elementary logoIt is an honor and a privilege to serve all children at  Summerwood Elementary.  I am focused on delivering resources that support a child's social and emotional well-being. Humble ISD Counselors utilize principles of the Great 8 as a tool to equip our students with resourcefulness, resilience, ambition, professionalism, and integrity. These characteristics are developed through life experiences and are teachable.
     
     
     
     
    Contact Information 

    Telephone Number: 281 641-3007
    Email Address: shannon.kinniebrew@humbleisd.net

    SWE RISE Newsletter 1 Qtr

     
     
     
     

                           Decision Making Key Concepts:

      • Follow the example of a positive role model
      • Accept responsibility for what I did
      • Show good judgement
      • Seek advice
      • Learn from experience
      • Follow the advice of a trusted adult
      • Show the ability to decide between right and wrong
      • Use available resources (people or objects) to solve a problem

    1st 9 Weeks 

    Decision Making

    Definition: child's approach to problem solving that involves learning from others and from her/his own previous experiences, using her/his values to guide her/his action, and accepting responsibility for her/his decisions.


    2nd 9 Weeks 

    Personal Responsibility

    Definition:  A child's tendency to be careful and reliable in her/his actions and in contributing to group efforts

     

     
     
      Great 8 Skills 
     The Great 8 Skills (Social Emotional Learning)
     

    Attention Parents: I am looking forward to interacting with and supporting our community in a variety of ways while we are taking precautions to keep everyone safe. Please contact me  via email shannon.kinniebrew@humbleisd.net.

    Please see The links below They may be a good conversation starter for your child about the COVID 19 Health Emergency targeted to students K-2nd Grade 

     

     

    More resources to come stay tuned 

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    "The Yucky  Bug" 

      https://youtu.be/ZD9KNhmOCV4
     

    Tips on how to Speak with Children about COVID 19 

    Remain calm and reassuring.

    Make yourself available.

    Avoid excessive blaming.

     Monitor television viewing and social media

    Maintain a normal routine to the extent possible.

    Be honest and accurate.

    Know the symptoms of COVID-19.

    For more information please visit 

     

    https://www.nasponline.org/resources-and-publications/resources-and-podcasts/school-climate-safety-and-crisis/health-crisis-resources/talking-to-children-about-covid-19-(coronavirus)-a-parent-resource

     
     
     
     
       
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    Credit by Examination

    Students in Grades 1-5

    A student in elementary school will be eligible to accelerate to the next grade level if the student scores at least 80 on each exam in the subject areas of language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies, a district administrator recommends that the student be accelerated, and the students' parent gives written approval of the grade advancement.

     

    or students interested in Advancement/Acceleration without prior instruction, testing will be available on the dates listed below. For more information and how to register please contact your campus counselor.

    Testing Window Deadline to Register

    October 17-21, 2022 September 30, 2022

    March 6-10, 2023 February 14, 2023

    June 5-8, 2023 May 5, 2023

    July 10-13, 2023 May 5, 2023