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Lelia Ferguson Phone Icon 662.781.1280, x105 Email Icon Email
  LaChondra Nevilles Phone Icon 661.781.1280 x113 Email Icon Email

Counselor's Corner

 

 

2016-2017

Welcome to the WES Counselor's Corner

 

Counselors:

Ms. Ferguson, Ms. Nevilles

Ms. Dow- Region IV Therapist

 

Please let us know if we can help your child in any way.

All parent referrals for counseling can submitted to the counselors by phone or email.

 

 

This year we will be offering guidance lessons in the classroom each month to help students build character and succeed.

 

 Parents, please complete the counselor needs assessment at the website listed below.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9GYDZFM

 

FEBRUARY 16, 2017: CAREER DAY AT WES

Guest speakers came to Walls Elementary to speak to grades 4 and 5 about their careers. Presenters include Robert Foster, Toya Turner, Brad Branning, John Hurtado, Daniel Watson, and John Kauffman.

 

Robert Foster, House of Representatives and Owner of Cedar Hill Farms

 

 

Toya Turner, Nurse

 

Lt. Brad Branning, DeSoto County Sherrif's Department

 

   

John Kauffman, Pharmacist

 

              

 

            John Hurtado, Realtor                   Daniel Watson, Chef/Entrepreneur

OCTOBER 2016: BULLY AWARENESS MONTH

Walls Elementary is dedicated to bully awareness and prevention.

 

Throughout the month of October, Walls Elementary hosted several activites to bring awareness and prevention to students at school.

 

The LCMS Beta Club came to read to our K-2 students about bullying.

              

 

 

The reigning Miss America’s Junior National Teenage 2017, Iyonia Boyce, came to speak to our 3rd-5th grade girls about how to identify and manage bullying situations.

                

 

Red Ribbon Week! October 24-28

Monday:  "Put a cap on drugs"

Tuesday: "Team up against drugs"

Wednesday: "Follow your dreams by being drug free"

Thursday: "Sock it to drugs"

Friday: "My future is so bright, no drugs in sight"

 

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Mr. Alex Coker from the DeSoto County Sherriff's Department came to speak to our 3rd-5th grade students about staying away from drugs and making positive choices to accomplish your goals.