Mrs. K. Wilson (Guidance)


Posted: January 10, 2022

Note to Parents and Students,

Please let me know if I can be of any help. You can call the school or reach me by email kara.wilson, and I will contact you to discuss any guidance related concerns you may have.  Please include your phone number if you would like me to give you a call.

Mrs. Wilson 

Posted: November 29, 2021

Mindful breathing is an easy yet very effective mindful practice. The idea is simple,- focus your attention on your breathing. Notice the hym and flow each time you inhale and exhale. Mindful meditation breathing can anchor you in the present moment and help you to let go of the worries about the past or the future. The following exercise ' Draw Your Breathing" is an easy activity you can do at home-


Posted: November 26, 2021


Mindfulness is a type of meditation in which you focus on being aware of what you are sensing and feeling at the present moment.  Mindfulness practices can help us learn to regulate emotions, as well as decrease stress, and anxiety.

Five Senses Exercise: Did you know that you can use all five of your senses while being mindful? This activity can show you how!

Posted: November 8, 2021

Journal Promt #5

Describe something you are good at. How does it make you feel to be good at this certain thing? What is something you wish you could do or get better at? What steps could you take to get better at this or what would you have to do to make it happen?

Posted: November 4, 2021

Journal Prompt #4

Go on a 'mindful walk'. On your walk use your senses, and take note about what you see, hear, smell and feel. Try to remain present for the entire walk. When you return home, write about your mindful walk, noting all of the things you experienced when you used your senses and made it a point to stay in the present moment. How did you feel before your walk? How did you feel after your walk? 

Posted: November 3, 2021

Journal Prompt #3

Write about a time you were afraid to do something or tried something new. Write the details about the experience, including all of the feelings you had. How did you feel before the experience? How did you feel after it?

Posted: November 2, 2021

Journal Promt #2

Who can you turn to when you have a problem? Is it a family member, friend, neighbor, friend? Is this someone you have turned to in the past? If so, write about this experience and how it made you feel to have their support. What qualities does this person posess that makes them someone you feel you can trust and depend on? 

Posted: November 1, 2021


Social Emotional Journal Project 

Journaling is a terrific way to express emotions in a safe way and allows you to express your feelings in a safe space.  This social emotional journal can be an ongoing project for you, allowing you to reflect and make journal entries. Journaling is something you can do anywhere. Everyone may have their own ideas about how it works for them. Some people like to use a special book, while others may be comfortable writing on looseleaf. I will post to help you with some ideas to write about. Remember this journal is for your eyes only, and there are no rules to follow.  I'm excited to get started! Please reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns I can help with:

Journal Prompt #1: Write about some of the feelings you have about distance learning. What are some of the things you enjoy about learning from home? What are some of the challenges you have experienced in the past or may anticipate? What are some some things you can do to manage some of these thoughts and feelings? Who can you turn to for help to work through these thoughts and feelings? You may want to include a brief summary or recount of your day!

Posted: November 1, 2021

Welcome to Mrs. Wilson's Guidance Corner!

Note to Parents: Transitioniong to Home Learning can be challenging for both parents and students. l Send me an email and I will contact you to discuss any Guidance Related concerns that you are having at this time.  Please include your phone number if you would like to talk over the phone.

Note to Students: If you would like to check in with me, send me an email and I will contact you.  Please include a number if you want to talk over the phone.