Partners are Important/Resources

Let us Partner with You! 

Parenting is a hard job! It is even more difficult when your student is struggling socially and/or academically!  Please note below some parenting resources!

 

School-Based and Outside Counseling

Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) Batesville, Indiana ~ (812) 934-4210

Offers both School-Based Counseling Services and Outside Counseling Services

For more information about out School Based Program at BIS, please contact the school counselor

 

Ireland Home Based Services, Versailles, Indiana ~ (812) 479-1856

 

Batta Counseling Services, Greensburg, Indiana ~ (812) 222-2626

 

Kendra L. Martin, MSSW, LCSW, LLC, Greensburg, Indiana ~ (812) 510-3350

 

Rock Solid Families, West Harrison, IN ~ 812-576-ROCK
Individual, Marriage and Family Coaching

 

Other Community Resources

Safe Passage Domestic Violence Shelter Helpline ~ (877) 733-1990

 

Batesville Area Ministerial Association Food Pantry ~ (812) 932-2622

 

So Loved Clothing Closet ~ Jamie (812) 212-5039, Kayla (812) 593-9840

 

Parenting Books

1-2-3- Magic, Effecfive Discipline for Children 2-12, By Thomas W. Phelan, PhD

 

What Great Parents Do 75 Simple Strategies for Raising Kids Who Thrive, By Erica Reischer, PhD

 

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families, By Stephen Covey

 

Helpful Books for Student Concerns

I love Julia Cook books.  Here is a list that I have in my classroom!

 

A Bad Taste of Tattle Tongue

Personal Space Camp

Cell Phoney

I Can’t Find My Whatchamacallit!

Blueoon

Winners Don’t Whine and Whiner’s Don’t Win

Wilma Jean the Worry Machine

Ricky Sticky Fingers

Soda Pop Head

Don’t Be Afraid to Drop!

The Worst Day of My Life Ever!

Making Friends is An Art!

I Just Don’t Like the Sound of No!

Hygiene…You Stink!

Tease Monster

 

Other Helpful Books

The Way I Feel By: Janan Cain

Today I Feel Silly and other MOODS That Make My Day By:  Jamie Lee Curtis

Trouble Talk By: Trudy Ludwig

Sorry By: Trudy Ludwig

Just Kidding By: Trudy Ludwig

Better Than You By: Trudy Ludwig

Too Perfect By:  Judy Ludwig