Counselor's Corner

Mrs. Stuart

Mental Health Awareness Calendar

Activities for Children at Home:

Daily Challenge  New! Daily Challenge Calendar for Kids!

Lego Fun  30 Days of Lego Play Ideas

Dice Game  Dice Game of Feelings ~ Roll & Respond

BINGO       Mindfulness Bingo

Imagery  Guided Imagery Activity

Grounding  Grounding Strategies

Play Dough   Play Dough

Daily Goals Daily Goals

Feelings Tracker   Feelings Tracker

Family Chi Chat  Family Chit Chat: Conversation Starters for Around the Table or Any Time!

Parent Helps: Parent Helps   

Parenting Tips: One on One 3/30/20

Parenting Tips: Keeping It Positive 3/30/20

Parenting Tips: Structure Up 3/30/20

Parenting Tips: Poor Behavior 3/30/20

Parenting Tips: Managing Stress 3/30/20


Mindfulness Monday May 18    Mindfulness Monday - Spanish

Mindfulness Monday May 11

Mindfulness Monday May 4

Mindfulness Practices ~ Calm

Mindfulness activities for Children 3/29/20

Mindfulness Monday March 29, 2020

Mindfulness Monday April 6, 2020

Mindfulness Monday April 13, 20

Mindfulness Monday April 20, 2020

Mindfulness Monday April 27, 2020

Project A.W.A.R.E Mental Health During Social Distancing

Answers to Children's Questions about the Corona virus

Helping Children Understand their feelings about the virus

The Yucky Bug Video ~ YouTube

Mental Health During Social Distancing

FAQs for Social Emotional Learning and Support


Message From Our Superintendent: 3/24/20

This is given by a teacher to a parent who reached out for some advice and comfort on how to help her child.  

"Don’t worry about them regressing in school. Every single kid is in the same boat and they will be ok.  When we are back in the classroom, we will all course correct to meet them where they are. Teachers are experts at this!  Don’t pick fights with your kids because they are struggling to do their homework. Don’t scream at them for not following a perfect schedule.  Don’t mandate learning, encourage it. If I can leave you with one thing, it’s this: at the end of all this, your kids’ mental health will be more important than their academic skills.  And how they felt during this time will stay with them long after the memory of what they did during these weeks at home is long gone. So keep that in mind, every single day."

We know this is a tough time for parents, and encourage you to continue to communicate and cooperate with your student's teachers. We are also communicating with teachers to be accommodating to students as we all adjust to this new online learning environment.  

Thank you for all you do!  Steven Norton, Superintendent


Helpful Resources:

Centers for Disease Control

State of Utah

Bear River Health Department

USU Extension

UPR Project Resilience

 Holly Stuart ~ River Heights Elementary School Counselor

"Throw kindness around like confetti."
Holly Stuart
school counselor
Greenville & River Heights Elementary