326 Winthrop Street, Rehoboth, Massachusetts
PALMER RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
K thru 4
Arlene Miguel, Principal
Elise DuBois, Assistant Principal
SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Second and Fourth Tuesdays
DRRHS Media Center
Talking about books your children read can seem like walking a tightrope. If you ask too many questions, students may associate reading with an interrogation session of questions about characters, plot, story outline, and so on. If you ask too few questions, you may miss the opportunity to talk about important issues, discuss feelings, and share wonderful information with your child. Here is a starter list of some general questions and comments to jumpstart your book conversations in a non-threatening way. The key will be letting the conversation be natural, non-scripted, and enthusiastic.
WHY SHOULD A STUDENT SEE A SCHOOL COUNSELOR?
There are many reasons for children to seek out their school counselor. The times that we live in can be stressful and difficult. Many personal and school related problems can have a direct impact on a child’s ability to learn. School counselors provide a safe and confidential environment for all students to help facilitate their academic and social success.
Special Education Coordinator
Therese Hutson, School Nurse Office: 508-252-5100