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Counselor's Corner

Welcome to GLE School Counseling Department! Mrs. Rian Embry, School Counselor
Inspirational Thoughts :)

During NTI days, I will be posting resources, strategies and activities to my Counselor's Corner on a regular basis to help support our students and families during this unique time. Please feel free to contact me via email ( Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM with any questions or schedule an appointment below to virtually meet via Google Meet.

For 24-hour crisis phone triage, crisis assessment, brief treatment and access to all mental health services offered by NorthKey Community Care, please call (859) 331-3292 (main number) or (859) 331-1792 (TDD/TYY). If you need immediate attention, then please call 911. 

Would you like Mrs. Embry to virtually check-in with your student via Google Meet?

Please let Mrs. Embry know how your students are doing!

Social distancing and virtual learning are new to most of us, so let's continue to stick together, stay calm, and ensure our students are receiving the care and support they need to grow in an ever-changing world.


Attention Outgoing 5th Grade Students!

You will find valuable information and resources on transitioning to

Campbell County Middle School here:

Congratulations on your accomplishments!

We will miss you!! heart


Second Step On-Demand Emotion Management Lessons for Families

Throughout the school year at GLE we use the Second Step program to promote social-emotional development in our students. In response to COVID-19, Second Step's staff of experienced teachers and counselors have developed guided Emotion Management lessons and videos for families.

Please know these lessons are optional, yet valuable learning experiences for our students!

All grade-level lessons can be accessed with no-log-in required by visiting   

Kindergarten Lessons:

Grade 1 Lessons:

Grade 2 Lessons:

Grade 3 Lessons:

Grade 4 Lessons:

Grade 5 Lessons:


Tips for Social-Emotional Growth at Home

  • Keep a daily routine
    • This makes for easier transition when students return to school
  • Put the Screens Away- Go Out and Play!
    • Time outdoors increases attention spans, creativity and overall health!
  • Give Kids Opportunities to Use Their Imagination
    • Boost their creativity and imagine the possibilities!
  • Encourage Them to Do Something for Others
    • Build a sense of purpose and confidence by helping others
  • Praise Your Child’s Positive Choices
    • “Caught being Good” helps shape better behavior
  • Find Ways to Do Activities as a Family
    • Make some memories and have fun!


COVID-19 Resources for Parents & Families

Parent Resource for COVID-19

CDC - Keeping Your Home Safe:

10 Ways to Cope with a Disaster:

Taking Care of Your Family's Mental Health During COVID-19:


Online Educational Resources

Teaching Tips for Parents:

Parent Guide to Resilience:

7 Websites with FREE Online Books for Kids:

Feelings Games:

GoNoodle - Engage your students with movement and mindfulness videos:

XELLO - Career exploration tool available to students through their Clever account (Directions on logging into Clever):

  1. Go to (Google Chrome works best)
  2. Select the Parents/Students tab at the top of the page
  3. Select Technology Resources 
  4. Select Clever  
  5. Select Log in with Office 360
  6. Sign in using


  1. Enter Password:  lunchcodeccs

                  Ex:  2222ccs


The Character Tree - Teach your students about positive character traits while also teaching them about prominent figures, past and present.  Please email me for supplemental resources!  

Week of 3/19/20:  Kindness and Jane Goodall Video -

Week of 3/23/20:  Curiosity and George Washington Carver Video

Week of 3/30/20:  Perseverance and Martin Luther King, Jr. Video -

Week of 4/13/20:  Teamwork and Apollo 11 Video -

Week of 4/20/20:  Empathy and the Irwin Family Video -

Week of 4/27/20:  Integrity and Rosa Parks Video -

Week of 5/4/20:  Hope and Bob Marley Video

Week of 5/11/20:  Respect and Shirley Temple Video:


Daily/Weekly Activities for Students

Simple Activities for Children and Adolescents:

What Can I Do Today?:

Indoor Games & Activities: http://

Daily Stress Less Activity by Sunny Present (#stresslesscards can be found on Amazon) - 


  • During your break from work, or when you're moving from one place to the next, try walking intentionally extra slow. The busier or more stressed out you feel, the slower you walk. Pay attention to what you're walking on, and take mental notes on how the walking feels.
  • When you act calmly, your body will calm down.
  • "I walk slowly, but I never walk backward." - Abraham Lincoln


Take good care and wash your hands! heart

Mrs. Rian Embry, NCC