Ms. Kimberly Hart brings a positive energy and support to the students and families of the North East Elementary Center. In addition to meeting with students, teachers and parents individually, the Elementary Center Guidance Department offers classroom guidance programs in grades kindergarten through five.
Parents interested in videos or books to assist them with the difficult job of parenting are welcome to borrow materials from the Lending Library in the Guidance Office. The Lending Library houses numerous books for children covering a wide range of topics such as death, divorce, bullying, lying, etc.
Questions regarding state testing of elementary students may be directed to the testing coordinator, Mr. Brian Emick.
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The following is a list of topics, which are covered in guidance classes in the NE Elementary Center.
- Conflict Resolution
- Anger Management
- Cooperation/Getting Along with Others
- Drug Education
- Saying No
With our Career Cafe series, individuals are invited in from the community from various types of careers to talk with interested 5th grade students. Presenters discuss different aspects of that particular career including the education and training needed, daily tasks, the different positions available in the area, types of settings one can work in, and much more. If you would be interested in talking with students about your career, please feel free to reach out to the school counselor.
Topics discussed for career education in the Elementary Center include:
Community Helper jobs • Entrepreneurship • Teamwork
Career Clusters • My Interests and Skills
Interest Inventories • Job applications • Resumes