The End of Bullying Begins with Me!
The Kansas State Board of Education and the Kansas State Senate have designated the first full week in October as Bully Prevention Awareness Week. HMS joins all Kansas schools in observing this week as an opportunity to create awareness, promote acceptance, and provide a positive, safe climate for all students. Throughout the month, HMS students will lead and participate in a variety of school-wide activities to promote friendship and respect.
Daily Themes: October 6-9
Monday: National Bully Prevention Awareness Day - Wear Blue Tuesday: Everyone Deserves Respect - The Extra Things Matter - Accessory Day Wednesday: Brighten Someone's Day - Wear Bright Colors /Neon Colors Thursday: We will Succeed - It Starts with Me - Dress for Success Friday: Friendship Matters - Together We Can - Wear Your Favorite Team Apparel
HMS Counseling Twitter
Monday'sTweet: Wear BLUE to state that the end of bullying begins with YOU! #itstartswithme
Tuesday's Tweet: Everyone Deserves Respect #itstartswithme #makeadifference
Wednesday's Tweet: "Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are endless" Mother Teresa #itstartswithme #connectwithkindness
Thursday's Tweet: "The difference between the possible and the impossible lies in a person's determination." Tommy Lasorda #itstartswithme #refusetoquit
Friday's Tweet: HMS students and staff are standing together in support of kindness and respect for all!! #itstartswithme #togetherwecan
We are... T-Bird E.P.I.C.
Exceptional - Prepared - Involved - Courageous
We are the HMS Thunderbirds!!
Classroom Counseling Lessons
School Success: Stress Management, Organization, Time Management, Learning Strategies
Bully Prevention: Defining Bullying and Conflice, Bully Prevention Strategies, and creating a positive, safe learning environment for ALL students
Project Alert: A substance abuse prevention program for 7th and 8th graders. By clicking on the link you can access the Project Alert curriculum. 7th graders are involved in Lessons 1-6 and 8th graders are involved in Lessons 7-11.
Middle School Curriculum Guide