• Calm Down Strategies

     From Ms. Jeffcoat -School Counselor
     

    Social Emotional Learning – Identifying Feelings

     

    Day 1 – Video “The Way I Feel”

    https://richlandoneschooldist-my.sharepoint.com/:v:/g/personal/angie_enlow_richlandone_org/EV21VPhYwhJAsuNoN4GXaaMBeTzNhyj3jGM1Fdme2RItCQ?e=GOEOBB

     

    Task:  Students email Ms. Belton at Winona.belton@richlandone.org to list the emotions the books in the above video listed. 

     

    The Way I Feel List

     

    Day 2 – The Feeling Wheel

    Task:  Students email Ms. Belton at Winona.belton@richlandone.org your list of synonyms.

     

    Feeling Wheel Activity

    Conscious Discipline Story Hand

    A Story Hand is a gentle hand massage accompanied by a personalized social story that helps a child deal with stress or anxiety.

    The story you tell will reflect a specific, personalized experience or concern for the child.  This graphic summarizes how to conduct a Story Hand. Slow down, be

    present, connect and enjoy this profoundly helpful activity with a child who is having a tough time.

    FREE-Printable-Story_Hand.pdf

    From Ms. Belton-School Counselor


    I am Alayshia S. Steadman-Barr and I have the honor of serving as your School Social Worker. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with years of experience serving students, families, individuals and communities within various settings. Mrs. Steadman-Barr’s purpose is to serve, support, inspire and advocate for change and growth.

    School Social Worker Check In: 

     
     
    1.  Talk to someone positive everyday! 
    2.  Get up at a set time, wash and get dressed! 
    3. Exercise daily: dance, yoga, aerobics, walk around the neighborhood, do a “clean” TikTok video
    4. Take a break.. listen to a song, draw a picture, write a rap or poem, pray, mediate, look at a funny tv show
    5. Remember if you send it via text, social media or video... it is never truly deleted 
    6. Be kind 
    7. Check in on someone 
    8. Think before you Act
    Miss you and hope to see you soon!!
     
     

    Alayshia S. Steadman-Barr, LCSW, LISW-CP

    School Social Worker

    Phone : 803-695-5716(office) 803-445-9959(district cell)

    Email: alayshia.steadman-ba@richlandone.org

    Degrees and Certifications:

    Bachelor of Science-Child and Family Development- Georgia Southern University

    Master of Social Worker-University of South Carolina

    Licensed Master Social Worker, Clinical Licensed Social Worker-NC and Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker-SC

    Rostered-Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral

     

     

     


     

    Community Resources from Ms. Steadman-Barr

    Community Resources available during COVID-19 Click here !!

    South Carolina 2-1-1 is your one-stop resource for finding assistance in your local community. Please visit the website www.sc211.org or call 2-1-1 any time--24 hours a day, 365 days a year--to link to vital services in your community. You can also reach 2-1-1 toll free at 1-866-892-9211. This service is free and is available in multiple languages. – Source United Way

     

     Connecting People and Programs

    Search for free or reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more. Please visit the website www.auntbertha.com. – Source Aunt Bertha

     

    Harvest Hope Food Bank

    https://www.harvesthope.org/

    Address:  2220 Shop Rd, Columbia, SC 29201

    Hours: 9M-1Pm Monday-Friday

    Phone: 803-254-4432

     

     

    Wateree Community Services Office

    3220 Two Notch Road

    Columbia, SC 29204

    803-786-4250

     

    Wateree Community Actions, Inc

    117 Henry Street

    Eastover, SC 29044

    803-592-7000

    (803) 254-4432Columbia, SC 29201

    (803) 254-6011 Fax