NO NAME-CALLING WEEK
Monday, 1/18 – Friday 1/22
Schools across the nation recognize and celebrate kindness and respect!
The Lyndhurst Public Schools pledge to continue to:
SUPPORT KINDNESS, celebrate diversity and
facilitate activities that promote a safe school environment, FREE of name-calling, bullying and bias.
Below is a district framework of our daily themes for the 2018 national campaign; please check individual school websites for scheduled events!
Monday, January 18th Amazing Me, Amazing Us
Recognize positivity and use appropriate, uplifting words to describe ourselves and our peers
Tuesday, January 19th Rules are Important
Explore the significant role that rules and laws play in our families, schools, and society
Wednesday, January 20th Name Calling; Why it Hurts and How to Help Stop It
Realize that words/name-calling can cause real pain and identify ways to stop others from name-calling
Thursday, January 2st Sportsmanship
Focus on how sportsmanship makes all competition more worthwhile and all players stronger
Friday, January 22nd Unique and Wonderful Me
Celebrate the unique qualities of each member of our community!
For more information on No Name-Calling Week, please visit:
Guidance for Understanding
And Helping Youth
with Emotional Well-Being and Coping
This is a challenging time for parents as our normal routines continue to shift and families
face ongoing stressors. We are here to help!
Please join us for a
1 hour parenting workshop
on January 20, 2021 at 6pm.
CarePlus NJ, Child & Adolescent Clinician,
Abby Maitland LCSW.
Topics to include:
o The basics in understanding how coping during a pandemic differs from other
stressors and can lead to trauma reactions in youth and adults.
o How to identify signs of distress in ourselves as parents and our children.
o Strategies parents can implement to assist in managing grief, loss and staying
socially connected in order to build resilience.
Meeting ID: 832 5962 5795
Dial by your location
+1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 832 5962 5795
CLOSURE UDPDATE FROM STUDENT SERVICES
The Lyndhurst High School Counseling Department will continue to offer advising related services through virtual/online platform via email. While the services provided depend on the timing/necessity of the school closure, counselors will continue to work with their caseload of students on scheduling courses for next year. In addition, counselors will continue to provide college/career specific information, answer questions related to scholarships and any other relatable concerns students may encounter.
School Counselors will be available throughout the day in accordance with the hours of operation found in the correspondence sent home. Counselors will continue to collaborate with the instructional staff, administrative assistants, and building administrators to ensure students are provided with the necessary resources to continue learning remotely.
If questions or concerns arise while the school is closed, please reach out to your child’s counselor via email.
Susan Leidemer: SusanLeidemer@Lyndhurst.k12.nj.us
Samantha Stacy: SamanthaStacy@Lyndhurst.k12.nj.us
Tori Liaci: ToriLiaci@Lyndhurst.k12.nj.us
Welcome to Student Services!
School Counselors, in their unique position as student guides and advisors, play a critical role in the District’s vision. The high level of service and commitment displayed by our counselors enables our students to experience measurable academic, social, and emotional growth, and to enjoy being a part of our school community! School Counselors at Lyndhurst High School view each student as an individual. All students’ ethnic, cultural, racial, sexual differences and special needs are considered in planning and implementing the high school’s counseling program.
To best serve the needs of our students,
Lyndhurst High School Student Services Department
is committed to assisting students in making the most out of their high school experience!
Jamie A. Stevens
Director of Student Services