Hello Brickey Bears!Jan 27th- Jan 31st is THE GREAT KINDNESS CHALLENGE!Please encourage your child to do as many acts of kindness he/she can during this week. Your child will have a checklist with 50 acts of kindness (Kindergarten only has 12) they are challenged to try and complete these through out this special week. We will be having spirit days all week long, where your child will have the opportunity to dress up differently each day to show they are committed to being a KIND kid! Below is the schedule of what to wear each day:For more information on the Great Kindness Challenge please check out their website at The Great Kindness ChallengeWelcome to Brickey-McCloud for the 2019-2020 school year!Hi, my name is "Ms. Patricia" and I am the new full-time school counselor. I am very excited to be a Brickey BEAR this year. This is my ninth year as a school counselor and the first year I get to work at only one school. I am hoping that you and your family feel as welcome as I do and know you are a big part of the Brickey BEARS family. Our principals are excited about another GREAT year at our GREAT school. Our theme this year is based on the movie "The Greatest Showman" and our school wide quote is"No one ever made a difference being like everyone else."- P.T. BarnumAs Brickey’s school counselor I try to do my best to help each student have a good day in school. If there is ever a time when a concern regarding your child arises, try to first communicate with your child's teacher. Often, the concern stems from a simple misunderstanding. If the issue is not resolved, please contact one of our terrific principals or call the School Counselor's Office. I am here to listen and try to do whatever I can to help the situation.Getting back to the school routines, especially in the morning, is challenging for all ages. Might I suggest,trying to establish a workable routine the first few weeks of school. Try not to stress and remember to breathe. All of us will be on track before we know it! Remember I am here to help always. As the counselor I often teach breathing exercises (for example: Imagine a birthday cake with candles burning. Pretend to smell the birthday cake, inhale through the nose and then exhale while imagining blowing out the candles, remember exhale slowly or you won't blow them out all together to get your wish.) This is just one way to practice breathing to relieve stress or to calm oneself.As part of the school counseling program I will provide academic, career, and personal/social activities and lessons throughout the year via guidance lessons, small groups, and individual counseling. I am available for teacher and parent consultation and referral if needed. Please feel free to email or call anytime, as I am often out in the building or teaching classes I will get back to you as soon as possible. Remember if you want to make a referral for your child to see the counselor please fill out a Parent referral form on the "Making a referral page", on the School Counseling website (tabs are on the left.)Thank you for your patience.Kindness is and has been one of the core values of Brickey-McCloud School. "Choose Kind Every Day". Kindness is about having respect for one's self and others and exercising that kindness. There are many opportunities for kindness in everyday life, and Brickey students are encouraged to exercise kindness when opportunities present themselves.As part of my job as school counselor I provide various services and need your help with gathering information to better know where to focus my time and energies. Please take a moment to fill out a needs assessment for your child. There are several different links below which will take you to a google form/survey. Please complete the form for whatever grade your child is in and if you have more than one student attending Brickey please fill out one for each child. They are listed by grade. Thank you so Much! I look forward to working with you and your child.Kindergarten Kindergarten Parent Needs AssessmentFirst Grade 1st grade Parent Needs AssessmentSecond Grade 2nd Grade Parent Needs AssessmentThird Grade 3rd Grade Parent Needs AssessmentFourth Grade 4th Grade Parent Needs AssessmentFifth Grade 5th Grade Parent Needs Assessment
Hello Brickey Bears! I will be updating this section as we go through the year with information on classes, topics, etc. Thank you for checking out the School Counseling page.
Currently we are beginning lesson #5 and I am scheduling classes with teachers now, so I don't have your students specific dates yet. But our topics for this lesson are :
K - Feelings & Empathy
Students will be learning about different feelings and how they can have empathy for others by recognizing feelings in themselves and others and saying or doing something to help the person to feel better. Students will be able to recognize at least three feelings.
Students will be able to discuss different feelings and emotions. They will practice and think about how can they have empathy for others daily and be able to give one example of a time someone showed them or someone else empathy.
2nd - Self-Esteem
Students will explore and discuss how each person is part of a diverse local and global community. They will be able to express a positive attitude to how they and others are unique and worthy people.
3rd - Empathy
Students will be able to discuss different feelings and emotions as related to showing empathy. They will think about and discuss how they and others show empathy, understand that as part of a diverse local and global community each person is unique and worthy and have their own needs for empathy and ways of interacting with the world.
4th - Diversity & Tolerance through Respect for Culture
Students will discuss diversity among people and how they can show respect or tolerance for others culture, opinions, values, beliefs. Student will have a positive attitude and understanding that all people are unique and worthy individuals that are all part of a complex local and global community.
5th - Leadership & Self-Awareness
Students will be able to work groups developing and employing leadership and teamwork skills. While in groups, students will develop and articulate personal values, attitudes, and beliefs and reflect on how those effect them and others when working in groups or in a leadership positions.
Guidance lessons will be focused on meeting the TN state standards for a comprehensive developmental school counseling model. These standards address the social and personal competencies (SPCs) needed for healthy development. For more information on the SPCs you can go to ... Social and Personal Competencies on the CASEL.org website. For more information specifically on the TN state standards for school counseling you can go to... TN Standards for school Counseling.
"Ms. Patricia"Patricia Lutu-Mayes M.S.email@example.com Dry Gap PikeKnoxville, TN 37918865-689-1499 Main Officeext. 22815EducationMasters of Science --Spring 2011Major: Counseling / Concentration: School CounselingUniversity of Tennessee
Bachelors of Art - - Fall 2008
Major: Psychology / Minor: Child and Family Studies
University of Tennessee
Work History with Knox County Schools
* Fall 2015- Spring 2019
- Chilhowee Int. (2 days)/
Sunnyview Primary (2 days)/
(Fall 2015- Spring 2017
Ritta Elem. (1 day))
(Fall 2017 - Spring 2018
Farragut Intermediate (1 day))
(Fall 2018 - Spring 2019
Northshore Elem. (1 day))
* Fall 2013 - Spring 2015
- Dogwood Elem. (4 days) /
South Knoxville Elem. (1 day)
* Fall 2011- Spring 2013
- Dogwood Elem. (3 days) /
South Knoxville Elem. (1 day) /
Karns Elem. (1 day)
* Spring 2011 only
- South Knoxville Elem.
(1 day for a partial semester)
* Summer 2010- Spring 2011
- Pond Gap Elem
UT Asst. Community Schools
- Gibbs High School -Spring 2010
- South-Doyle Middle - Fall 2010
- Farragut Primary - Spring 2011
Feb. 2000 - Feb 2010
- The Original Louis' Drive-in Rest.
(Hostess/ occasionally waitress)
May 2006 - Feb 2010
- My Nana's House Group Daycare Home