Character Counts at Liberty-Eylau Early Childhood Center
and So Does Mental Health!
As we make our way through these uncertain times, I want to share some helpful resources. In addition, please feel free to contact me if you have questions, need resource information, or have suggestions as to how I can best support our students. You may e-mail me or leave a message on my office phone by calling (903) 831-5352 ext. 5117.
Throughout the school year, I will be adding a newsletter titled “Wellness Wishes” for the parents of our ECC students. These newsletters will include resources, social and emotional learning activities, and a little “jewel’ of hope and inspiration.
For our character education program, the Liberty-Eylau Early Childhood Center uses components of the Learning for Life curriculum and 8 Expectations and Life Principles from Great Expectations.
The Eight Expectations
Life Principles/Character Traits
August 2020 – Respect
September 2020 – Good Citizenship
October 2020 – Honesty/Trustworthiness
November 2020 – Gratitude
December 2020 – Courtesy
January 2021 – Optimism
February 2021 – Caring/Fairness
March 2021 – Courage
April 2021 – Responsibility
May 2021 – Integrity
For additional information such as national hotline numbers, mental and behavioral health resources, COVID-19 resources, social and emotional learning tools, and social services resources, please click the link below.
Note: The Liberty-Eylau Early Childhood Center has a full-time counselor (Melinda Jewell). This is her page.