Student & Family Resources
News of the coronavirus COVID-19 is everywhere, from the front page of all the papers to the playground at school. Many parents are wondering how to bring up the epidemic in a way that will be reassuring and not make kids more worried than they already may be.
With coronavirus being a concern for grown ups, kids might also be worrying. Here's how to talk about COVID-19 with your young children, plus ways to practice healthy habits all year round.
As the country and the world respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are all feeling a range of emotions. At CASEL, we understand how important it is to attend to the social and emotional needs that arise during times like these.
A new type of coronavirus, abbreviated COVID-19, is causing an outbreak of respiratory (lung) disease. It was first detected in China and has now been detected internationally. While the immediate health risk in the United States is low, it is important to plan for any possible outbreaks if the risk level increases in the future.
There's a lot of talk surrounding the importance of social distancing and how that can slow down the spread of COVID-19. The Washington Post has posted a free article on the importance of social distancing showing just how impactful it can be.
The purpose of the Student & Family Resources Department is to promote the mission
of learning first for all.
We accomplish our purpose by ensuring that District Case Management, Safe Schools Clinical Team, K-12 Prevention, Tiered Supports, Social Emotional Learning, and Comprehensive Guidance are supported. As a department, we will continue to build a strong team of professionals that collaborate and communicate effectively among programs, departments, schools, agencies, and parents in delivering services to individual students.