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    boy and girl Welcome to Mrs. Gray's Home Page!boyandgirl

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    Contact information: Suzanne Gray, Irmo Elementary School Counselor

    803-476-4261

    email address: sjgray@lexrich5.org

                                     * SCHOOLS IN SC ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED THROUGH APRIL 2020 (UNLESS THINGS IMPROVE/OTHERWISE NOTIFIED) DUE TO GOVERNOR'S ORDERS

                                     RE: CORONA VIRUS. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO  CONTACT SUZANNE GRAY, SCHOOL COUNSELOR,  AT EMAIL LISTED ABOVE IF YOU OR YOUR CHILD NEEDS

                                      ASSISTANCE AT THIS TIME. WE KNOW & UNDERSTAND THESE ARE CHALLENGING TIMES AND MRS. GRAY IS HERE TO HELP & ASSIST. 

    Within this site, you will learn about the

    Guidance and School Counseling Services

    available at

    Irmo Elementary School.

      children

    Guidance services available to students include:

    - Classroom Guidance (Guidance lesson with entire homeroom class)

    - Small Groups (meet with 2-8 students on specific topic)

    - Individual Counseling (meet with student individually)

     

    Mrs. Gray meets with students as a result of:

      - self referrals from students

      - teacher or staff referrals

      - parent referrals

     

    Mrs. Gray also meets with teachers, students, &/or parents as needed and requested.

     Mrs. Gray sees homeroom classes 2ce monthly/every other week, during the first 25 minutes of their Computer Lab/technology special areas scheduled time (for grades 4K - grade 4. Grade 5 is scheduled separately from special areas for classroom guidance.  Lessons include topics on:

    Respect, Friendship, Getting Along with Others, Safety, Bullying, Anti/Bullying, Conflict Resolution, Study/Organizational Skills

     

    Chick-fil-A "Core Essentials" Character Eduction program 

    This year, the IES character education program is sponsored by Chick-fil-A.

    THANK YOU, CHICK-FIL-A!!!!

    The website for Core Essentials is www.coreessentials.org. To learn more about the program, please go to this website. It is very resourceful.

    Chick-Fil-A cards are randomly distributed to students by teachers and staff members, when students are observed using good choices or one of the Core Essential monthly lifeskills. This can encourage and teach students to learn and practice the value words and lifeskills.