Counselor Corner


Aloha Hawks!

We sure miss seeing our students each day and want to let you know that there are other ways to reach out to us, even though we aren't in school right now. See our information at the bottom of this page.

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New: Activity added below with printable 11 page packet called: Covid-19 Time Capsule. Create a memorable experience out of your current situation as a family.

For the month of April lets practice our coping skills, check this calendar out with hints to help.

Remember...the more MINDFUL we all are, the sooner we will all be back to our "normal" routines.

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It is so important to keep a routine during this time at home.  Here is an example you can follow to keep your body in tune and ready to learn.
7:30am Wake Up
            -change out of sleep clothes
            -brush teeth & wash face with cool water or bathe if 
             you didn't the night before
8:00am Breakfast
            -don't forget to clean your dishes and put away               
             anything you took out in the kitchen for breakfast
8:30am Morning Help/Chores
             -fold clothes, make the beds, put clothes away in correct 
              areas, feed/clean animals, dust/vacuum/sweep, take out 
              trash, recyclables, clean one shelf of the refrigerator, 
              yard work/gardening, etc.
9:00am Language Arts/Reading
              -read aloud for 20 minutes
              -reading to yourself out loud or to a 
               sibling/parent/guardian
              -select an enrichment assignment created by the school
9:30am Journal
              -create a log of your events, what did you read, who 
               heard you or were you alone, what's the weather like, 
               date/time, document this historical time of quarantine, 
               draw a picture of how you are feeling, etc.
10:00am Freetime
              -play a game with siblings, online game, play with family 
               pet
11:00am lunch
              -clean lunch dishes/ area
12:00pm nap/quiet time (Ms. Kainoa's favorite time of day)
1:00pm Math 
               -select an enrichment assignment created by the school
2:00pm Mindful/Senses Activity
               -use 3 or more of your senses (listen, smell, taste, feel, 
               watch) take 10 minutes to just sit and let your brain 
               connect with your environment
2:30pm Freetime
               -play a game with siblings, online game, play with family 
                pet
4:00pm Afternoon Help/Chores
                -fold clothes, make the beds, put clothes away  
                 in correct areas, feed/clean animal     
                 areas, dust/vacuum/sweep, take out trash, recyclables,
                 clean a shelf of the refrigerator, yard work/gardening, etc.
5:00pm prepare dinner & dining area
6:00pm dinner
                -don't forget to clean your dishes and put away            
                  anything you took out in the kitchen for dinner
7:00pm Journal, etc
                -Were you mindful today, how are you feeling, how is    
                  someone else feeling at home, did you do something 
                  to help out around the house
7:15pm family time
8:00pm bed time




My Magic Breath: Finding Calm Through Mindful Breathing.



The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig

The Invisible Boy


Mindful Activities
Which one(s) did you do? 
Tell us about it! 
Counselor Ms. Ching - tawnja.ching@k12.hi.us or Text (808)989-6287
Counselor Ms. Kainoa - kainoa.arensdorf@k12.hi.us
Behavior Health Spec. Ms. Rochell Wagner - rochelle.wagner@k12.hi.us
Social Worker Ms. Karla Yamanoha - karla.yamanoha@k12.hi.us


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