As our new school year gets underway we have been busy introducing ourselves to all the new students at Nabnasset School. We have completed our “New Student Groups” and hope that all have discovered new friends as they embark on their new adventure at Nabnasset. Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. MacKinnon have been visiting each pre-first, first and second grade class for their initial review lessons of the solution wheel, double D rule, how to handle teasing and bullying prevention. In addition we would like to share with you an overview of our guidance services* at Nabnasset School and an online brochure of all elementary guidance services in Westford. Look for periodic updates to our website as we create links to resources and helpful tips for parents on this page.
Work schedule: Mondays and Tuesdays: all day; Wednesdays: 1/2 day in a.m.
Work schedule: Wednesday: 1/2 day in p.m.; Thursdays and Fridays: all day
*This documents is in a PDF format can be opened using the free Adobe Reader software.
Resources for Parents
Westford Coalition for Non-Violence is a group of residents, town employees, victims and professionals, who have joined together to promote non-violent resolution to conflict. This web site is a tool for you to obtain information on domestic violence.
Child and Family Webguide is designed for parents, students and professionals as a directory of websites rated by experts from Tufts University in the areas of family/parenting; education/learning; typical child development; health/mental health and resources/recreation.
Keeping Kids Healthy This website described as a pediatrician’s guide to your children’s health and safety.
About Our Kids This website includes articles in the following areas: Parenting, Growth and Development, Learning and Social issues, A-Z disorder guide; and Public Mental Health Issues.
About Our Kids - Resources This website has links to books in a variety of social, emotional, behavioral and parenting categories, as well as links to useful organizations.
Web Resources for Parents Web resources for parents including links to sites that will provide tips, learning links and activities for you and your family.
Dr. Robert Brooks Check out the articles in the “writings” section. Dr. Brooks is one of today’s leading speakers on themes of resilience, self-esteem, motivation and family relationships.
LD Online This is a website which provides expertly reviewed articles on a large variety of topics, particularly focused on children and adults with learning disabilities and ADHD.
The Robinson School Guidance website is an informative place to explore parent resources. Also check out the descriptions of various guidance groups which are offered at both schools.
The Child Development Website is an award winning site focusing on issues of child development. It includes parenting tips, news and guidelines regarding the media and young children, and ways to imporve your young child's learning capabilities.
Interactive Resources For Parents/Children
Do 2 Learn Play the “feelings game” with your child to help them identify which facial expressions match with particular feelings
Out on a Limb: A guide to getting along is designed by the University of Illinois Extention to teach children conflict resolution skills.
Rotating Faces is an interactive activity that teaches children about feelings.