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...of community, belonging---YES!

“Seven BC Jobs That Redefine What Hard Work Really Is”…”Wildfires dying down in BC thanks to cool weather & rainfall”…”Loneliness: a silent plague that is hurting young people the most”… 650 more words

#ReachHigher Photo Project: A Fun Way to Share & Advocate

The #ReachHigher Photo Project is a fun and easy way for school counselors to collectively show our dedication to helping our students become successful learners so that they can achieve success in college or other post-secondary training. 876 more words


Michelle Obama Speaks To and For School Counselors

Here it is! Your chance to see the First Lady thanking and clapping for you on this video of Michelle Obama speaking at ASCA14! One of the most exciting experiences in my career was being in the audience for Michelle Obama’s speech about school counselors and the work we do. 184 more words


A is for #ASCA14, and Also for Advocacy

I am still processing all the wonderfulness that was #ASCA14: amazingly dedicated (and fun) colleagues, inspiring sessions, meeting blog and Twitter friends in real life, making connections for future collaboration, picking up some school counselor swag, oh, and did I mention seeing and hearing… 813 more words


Big Hearts

Gratitude List:

1.  Collegiality.  Sharing ideas.
2.  Snail Mail
3.  Is that a rain cloud?
4.  A cool morning for harvest
5.  Your good heart.  You know, we may be in completely different worlds when it comes to politics or to religion.   59 more words


Why 435?

We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. 425 more words


Enjoying ASCA14, Whether You're There or Not

By this time next week ASCA14 will be over and you and I will be either (1)  overtired basking in the afterglow of attending and/or (2) feeling good about everything you got out of it, even if you didn’t go. 683 more words