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Counselor's Corner

Counseling

Thanks to an Elementary & Secondary School Counseling Grant Program for 2015-2018 Crestwood Primary and Intermediate schools now have 1.5 counselors in each building along with a Group Therapist and Social Worker.

Currently, Counselor Mr. Gary Traveny shares his time between both buildings along with Group Therapist Mrs. Kristen Carmen and Social Worker Mrs. Kelly Szydlowski. Counselors Ms. Nikki Johansen is full time at CPS and Mrs. Stephanie Tutkovics is full time at CIS.

They may be reached at the following phone numbers.

CPS 330 357 8202

CIS 330 357 8203

We look forward to sharing future initiatives with you. smiley

Imagine Peace 2016 Part 1

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Imagine Peace 2016 Part 2

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Pinwheels for Peace

Everyday, we are bombarded with television images, video games, music, and magazine articles/newspapers that give importance to conflict and war. Violence has become commonplace and accepted as part of our society and, for some, it is a way of life. It is our hope that through the Pinwheels for Peace project, we can make a public visual statement about our feelings about war/ peace/ tolerance/ cooperation/ harmony/ unity and, in some way, maybe, awaken the public and let them know what we are thinking.

This is not political. Peace doesn’t necessarily have to be associated with the conflict of war, it can be related to violence/intolerance in our daily lives, to peace of mind.  To each of us, peace can take on a different meaning, but, in the end, it all comes down to a simple definition: a state of calm and serenity, with no anxiety, the absence of violence, freedom from conflict or disagreement among people or groups of people.

Pinwheels for Peace is an art installation project started in 2005 by Ann Ayers and Ellen McMillan, who were art teachers at Monarch High School in Coconut Creek, Florida, as a way for their students to express their feelings about what’s going on in the world and in their lives.  The project was quickly embraced by their students and the entire school community and by millions of art teachers, teachers, parents, children and adults who desire peace in our world.

                                                                                        

Join us on September 21st as CPS and CIS create a visual public statement about peace.  smiley

First Pinwheels for Peace 2010

 

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Pinwheels for Peace 2015

 

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