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Random Acts of Kindness Week will be celebrated at LVMS from February 18th-21st.

 

Feb. 18th - Dr. Paul Wichansky will present "Taking the DIS out of Disability" to the 6th grade class.

http://www.justthewayyouare.com/meet-dr-paul

 

 

Feb. 20th - Dr. Mykee Fowlin will present to the 7th grade class about tolerance, kindness, and acceptance.

http://mykeefowlin.com/

 

 

Feb .21st - Dress in your BRIGHTEST colors.  Do a random act of kindness today and brighten someone's day!  Earn spirit points for your house!

 

 

High School Registration will be mailed home by WMCHS.  All registered students must provide a copy of their birth certificate to their HR teacher to be forwarded to LVMS Guidance by JANUARY 31ST.

 

See below for important future dates regarding the Class of 2020's high school transition:

  Dates to Remember- Class of 2020.docx 

 

 

College and Career Day 2019

 

 

 

 

LVMS celebrates

OCTOBER AWARENESS WEEKS 2019

Week of Respect 10/7-10/11-19

Violence Awareness Week 10/21-10/24

Red Ribbon Week 10/28-11/1

*Click the October at LVMS tab for more info!

  

 

 

 

 

 Stick it to Cancer 2019

LVMS raised $225.25 to donate to St. Jude Children's Hospital by taping Mr. Ference and Ms. Miller to the wall!

 

 

 

 

Helpful references and articles:

 

Reframing Anxiety & Building Resilience in Girls

https://www.kqed.org/mindshift/52994/how-to-help-teenage-girls-reframe-anxiety-and-strengthen-resilience

 

Be in the know!  Click below to view updated social media information:

 Technology letter to parents.pdf  

 

Go to the Technology tab on the left to learn more about what users SHOULD KNOW about SNAP MAP and Tellonym App.

 

 

Seeking to bring more awareness to your daily routine, improve academic performance/cognitive functioning, and/or simply just be happy?  Click below to read about ways to practice mindfulness and start today!

 

Mindfulness for Children (and adults too!).pdf

 

                                                             

 

The Long Valley Middle School Counseling Program promotes a positive school climate and supports student success through a developmental child-centered approach.

 

Our mission as school counselors is to provide a comprehensive guidance program that will assist all students in acquiring the skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to be successful students, responsible and productive citizens, and become lifelong learners.  The program provides an atmosphere in which the dignity, culture, and social/emotional needs of every student are valued and one in which mutual respect and individuality are practiced.