1-2-3 Magic for the Classroom

Did you know that there is a new, updated version of this tried and true technique captured in the book 1-2-3 Magic in the Classroom?
The book has organized classroom strategies for behavioral interventions into 3 steps:
**Managing undesirable behavior
**Encouraging good behavior
**Strengthening your relationship with your students
This sounds great, doesn’t it? AND, it closely aligns with CLASS, TSG, and helping each and every child toward school readiness. One of the key points in the book is to make sure that all staff that work in your classroom are familiar with this method and will use it consistently in your classroom. It is also a great additional support to parents if they are using the 1-2-3 Magic technique at home.
The 1-2-3 Magic method of classroom management is only one of many methods, but if you are struggling with behavioral management challenges or find yourself using ‘a little of this, and a little of that’, you might want to pick up a copy of this book or borrow one from your local library. You have probably heard parents or maybe other teachers start to count when a child has begun to behave in an undesirable way, and chances are they are using the 1-2-3 Magic method. It is a good, simple, easy to implement method, but it will not work for all children as no method works for every child. When implemented correctly, it will work for most of the children in your classroom and will give you a consistent, predictable plan for managing behavioral challenges. Again, this is not the only approach to help with behavioral challenges, and if you have one that works for you, that is excellent. If you need a new method, check this book out. This could be the beginning of something wonderful for your peace of mind and for your classroom!
by Carol Belcher, M.S.



Learn How to Manage Your Chronic Disease

Beginning on November 9, 2016 and continuing every Wednesday until December 14th, the Warren County Senior Center will be providing a free class on Chronic Disease Self-Management.  Manage your chronic disease by learning about how to copy on a daily basis. The class will be held from 11am to 12:15pm at the Community Action Education and Human Services Center on 200 E. 4th Street in Bowling Green.  If you or someone you know is interested in this class, please contact the Senior Center at 270-783-4484.


GO BG Route 6 begins on November 7!

GO bg transit will begin providing service on the new PINK LINE Route #6 on November 7, 2016 Route #6 will operate from Greenwood Mall area to Lovers Lane Corridor from 7:41 am to 4:41 pm Monday through Friday Free transfers from all other routes to access Route #6!

Fixed Routes and ADA GO too service will serve Route #6 Stops include: Greenwood Mall, Social Security Office, K Mart/Kroger, Shive Lane, Bryant Way, Capitol Commons Center, Penn Station, Lovers Lane Apts., JC Kirby, Traditions, WKONA, Davita and Fresenius Dialysis Clinics, LifeSkills, KY Department for Community Based Services (DCBS), Lovers Lane Park, Red Carpet Shop, S&R Tire, and HH Gregg.

GO bg schedules, maps and route information are available on our website or by calling 782-3162, ext. 1.

Avoid the Fuss, Take the Bus!

Buses are ADA accessible with bike racks for two bikes!


Free Flu Shots & Bone Density Scans in Scottsville

WKU's Mobile Health and Wellness Unit will be at our Allen County/Scottsville, KY Community Action facility from 9am to 12pm on Friday, November 4. They will be offering free flu shots and free bone density scans! 
Please share this with your contacts and those that live or work in Allen County!
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