Parent Resources

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Parenting Websites
Scream- Free Parenting
Keep Kids Healthy/Parenting Styles & Discipline
List of Children’s Books dealing with Counseling topics
Stress-Free Kids 

Florida Abuse Hotline – You can also call 1-800-962-2873
2-1-1 Guide – Community resources for Pasco County
Florida Kid Care – Health coverage for kids ages 5-18
Suicide Prevention Lifeline – You can also call 1-800-273-8255

Minimizing Summer Learning Loss:
Positive Parenting Tips for Summer: American School Counselor Assoc.
Minimizing Summer Learning Loss: MSNBC
101 Worthwhile Summer Activities:

Back to School:    
Back to School Readiness Checklist
Printable (morning routine checklist)

Pacer: Kids Against Bullying 


Internet Safety:
Common Sense Media Internet Safety (partner of Nat’l Center for Missing/Exploited Children)
Connect Safely

Cyberbullying Guide for Parents:

Study Skills:
How To
Good Homework Habits 

Diverse Populations/ Special Needs:
Friendship Puzzle (Autism)
CHADD-Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder

Military Active Duty/National Guard/Reservist Family Support:
Military One Source (MOS) -free counseling, legal, accounting, clergy services, etc.
Our Military Kids -provides $500 grant for extra-curricular activities

All Kids Grieve
HPH Hospice Children’s Assistance Program – Contact your school counselor for a referral

Transitioning to Middle School:
PBS Kids: Middle School Transitions
Smoothing your Child’s Transition to Middle School Making the Transition to Middle School

Website Resources for Kids:
The Feelings Game  
Kidvision Feelings-Fun

Character Education
“Bucketfillers 101”: Kindness and Respect
Teaching Tolerance: Diversity Acceptance

Counselor Resources: 

Career Website for Kids
A fantastic site from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  Click on your favorite academic subject (math, social studies, etc.), and it’ll show you information about jobs, salaries, educational requirements, and lots of additional information!  Fourth grade students also work with this site during the Career part of Classroom Guidance.


Another great career site. Students are able to select an interest area and then have access to detailed descriptions of all of the occupations matching that interest area.

Education Trust Website
This is a great site if you want information about “No Child Left Behind,” as well as transformations in school counseling programs nationwide.

No Child Left Behind
This is the official government website for “No Child Left Behind.”

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