Mrs. Roxann Wheeler

Phone: 252-514-6460

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Mrs. Roxann Wheeler

Welcome to your J.T. Barber Counselor's Page!

#OtherPeopleMatter #PostivityProjectPartnerSchool2018

 My name is Roxann Wheeler and as your school counselor, I am dedicated to serving my students and their families through individual counseling services, classroom guidance counseling services, small group counseling services, and through community outreach activities, events, and programs. I have been with Craven County Schools for 16 years, am a graduate of East Tennessee State University (Go Bucs) and East Carolina University (Go Pirates). I have a wonderful son, Cameron and am married to my best friend, Lee. I have lived in New Bern since 2000 but was raised in the mountains of Southwest Virginia in a small town called "Big Stone Gap".

Please do not hesitate to contact me with questions or concerns!

"A child doesn't care how much you know until they know how much you care." Hopi Indian Saying

#OtherPeopleMatter

A Positivity Project Partner School

 

 

 

  • Positivity Project Defined

    Posted by Roxann Wheeler on 8/30/2018

    WHAT IS THE POSITIVITY PROJECT?

    "Intelligence plus character - that is the true goal of education." - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    The Positivity Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping America's youth build stronger relationships by recognizing the character strengths in themselves and others. The premise is simple, but the results will be profound. Together, we will help create stronger citizens and leaders who will enhance our communities and country by internalizing the belief that "Other People Matter.

    Positive psychology's 24 character strengths serve as the foundation of The Positivity Project's approach. Character is more than just behavior- it's what is inside all of us. And reasearch shows that teaching children about their own positive character, rather than just positive behaviors, has an enduring prosocial impact.

    In today's rapidly changing world, strengths of character must be intentionally cultivated at an early age. It is critical to ensure that our mental, emotional, and moral capacities grow alongside our advance in technology. And, we must make it a priority to educate our youth on how to tap into their character strengths- especially when times are tough. 

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  • Positivity Project #OtherPeopleMatter

    Posted by Roxann Wheeler on 8/30/2018

    #OtherPeopleMatter

     

    What is the #OtherPeopleMatter Mindset? 

    Take the #OPM Self-Reflection Questionnaire!!

    1. Do I recognize the good in other people?
    2. Am I aware that everything I say or do, including social media, affects other people?
    3. Do I support others when they struggle?
    4. Do I cheer people on when they succeed?
    5. Am I present when giving people my attention?

    If you answered, YES, to each of these 5 questions then you test POSITIVE for the #OtherPeopleMatter Mindset!

     

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