Thomas Jefferson Middle School Counseling Department Our Mission
The Thomas Jefferson Middle School counselors provide a data-driven, comprehensive school counseling program to help all students strengthen their skills, talents and abilities to become active members of the global community. School Counselors partner with staff, parents/guardians and community members to support the academic, career and personal-social needs of the whole child.
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Calendar of Events 20-21 School Year
Goal: To encourage schools, communities and organizations to work together to stop bullying/cyber-bullying and put an end to hatred and racism by increasing awareness of the prevalence and impact of all forms of bullying on all children of all ages.
|December 21- January 1||Winter Break|
Middle School Information Session
We will host a school-based virtual information to provide families the opportunity to meet our staff, receive information about Thomas Jefferson, and engage in a Q&A session.
All families of rising TJMS students are encouraged to attend.
No RSVP required.
Access Session Recording HERE
|January 18||Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday- No School|
|January 19||Asynchronous Learning Day|
|January 20||Inauguration Day- No School|
|January 29||End of the 2nd Quarter/ 1st Semester|
|February 1||Grade Prep Day|
|February 15||President’s Day Holiday- No School|
|February 26||Student-Led Conferences- No School|
Each week a different topic will be discussed, covering abroad range including Internet Safety, Time Management for kids, COVID related grief and loss, How to navigate the school IEP process, Positive Praise and Behavior Management. Come support other parents and share your successes and lean in for support. Send any questions to email@example.com
Feeling a Little Overwhelmed? Need to learn new ways to handle challenges?
Visit our virtual Calming Room for relaxing activities, deep breathing exercises, music and so much more!
Here Are Several Ways Our Counseling Services Team is Here To Help TJMS!
From Your TJMS Student Support Team, May is Mental Health Awareness Month! This year’s theme is Tools 2 Thrive. We are here to remind you that taking care of your mental health is important and YOU are important. Along with our weekly Social Emotional Learning Lesson, your counselors will be sharing some tips and activities on our Canvas pages that we hope will help during these stressful times. Please try them out, pass them on and let us know if there is anything you need.
Distance-Learning Resources: https://jefferson.apsva.us/virtual-learning/
Resources to help stop bullying: Bullying Prevention Information for Parents