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Counselor Snapshots



Our school received recognition for participating in the Great Kindness Challenge

and we were named a Kindness Certified School! Thank you to all of our

staff and students who made this possible!



Our 5th graders recieved their certificates for completing

their Kindness Checklists! Great job everyone!



Our 4th graders recieved their certificates for completing

their Kindness Checklists! Great job everyone!



 Two students from Ms. Scalley's class, Caitlynn Stebbins and Kamila Diaz, made

a Great Kindness Challenge poster and powerpoint to show others how

important kindness is to them! Thank you, girls -- Great job!



Miller students signed our banner pledging to be kind during

the week of the Great Kindness Challenge!











 During the Great Kindness Challenge, theme days were planned to celebrate kindness in our school! Our themes were Crazy for Kindness where students wore crazy hair and socks, Team Kindness where students wore their favorite sports shirt, Powered by Kindness where students wore superhero shirts, Tied Together with Kindness where students wore a tie or tie dye and lastly, Let Kindness Shine, where students wore bright colors. It was so amazing to see so many of our students dress up to show how much kindness means to them!





We are so proud of one of our counselors, Mrs. Rosetti, for being chosen

as the 2017-2018 Educational Services Professional of the Year!

Congratulations, Mrs. Rosetti! You deserve it for all the

hard work you do here at Miller School! :)




Counselors supporting Pajama Day to benefit children at CHOP!



Miller School Front Office's Misson to Mars: Aliens and Astronauts!



Counselors dressed up as aliens for Fall Party Day which

goes along with our theme, Mission to Mars!




Mrs. Brennan's and Mrs. Hart's class took our tolerance video to the next level!

Together they created these awesome letters to make the phrases

"Interrupt Bullying" and "What Can One Person Do To Help!"










Ken Northridge, the magician, came to visit our school to talk to us about

a drug-free and alcohol-free life. His magic tricks were awesome,

especially when he pulled a bunny out of his hat!



Students signed our banner pledging to be respectful

and keep Miller School a safe place to be!



Pencils ready to go out to our students for

Red Ribbon Week: Believe, Achieve, Succeed!





Our main office is filling up with rocketships and stars to celebrate

our theme: "Blast off to a Drug-Free and Bully-Free Life!"





Jennifer Pielhau from Atlantic Prevention Resources teaching lifeskills

to our self-contained classrooms. The students had a blast!



Counselors in the lunch room showing a video to promote

tolerance and being kind to each other :)



Let us introduce to you our new Study Buddies for the 2017-2018 school year!

They are trained and ready to go with their new drawstrings bags filled

with special study buddy supplies!



Ms. Bridgers' class worked very hard on their star for our October theme:

"Blast off to a Drug-Free and Bully-Free Life!"



 Our fun bookmarks that every student received

this week to celebrate the Week of Respect!



 Mrs. Grassi's class learning how to "belly breathe"

during a Mindfulness Morning lesson!



We are trying out something new this year:

"Mindfulness Mornings" in the classroom to help students

feel calm and focused to start off their day!



Renaissance asked us for a fun fact about our team.

What did we say? We all love fudge! :)



Hero of the Month Bulletin:

"Character is our Superpower!"



"Always Remember to BE YOURSELF" Bulletin