Hello Parents & Students,Go Titans!Mrs. Julie HolladayProfessional School CounselorBette Meyers Middle School, Team 1(940) 369 - email@example.com
1. Wellness PPT Link,
2. Wellness Survey,
3. Color your Wellness Wheel
4. In your journal, create 1 SMART Goal for personal improvement in a wellness area.
ExplainSMART Goal. S= Specific, M = Measurable, A = Attainable
R = Relevant, Rigorous, Realistic, and Results Focused, T = Timely andTrackable
Example: Here is a practicalexample, starting with a typical, but not especially SMART, goal: I will do better on my reportcard in the next marking period. Here is away to make it SMARTer: Inthe next marking period, I will get at least a C on all my math tests, and atleast a B on most of my quizzes and homework assignments.But it's not SMART yet because it has no action plan orbenchmarks. Here is a pretty SMART goal:
In the nextmarking period, I will take careful notes and review them at least two daysbefore tests and quizzes so that I can ask the teacher questions about what Idon't understand. I will do my math homework before I do things with friends,and when I hand it in, I will ask the teacher about anything I am not sureabout. When I get anything wrong, I will make sure to ask the teacher, or oneof my classmates how they got the right answer.