We know that distance learning can be difficult for our families. Mrs. Myers and Mr. Greene, your school counselors, will continue to be available electronically for the emotional support of our students. If you feel your child could use emotional support during this time of uncertainty, please email us and we will make our best effort to help.
Sarah Myers- firstname.lastname@example.org
Steve Grenne- email@example.com
All the best,
Sarah Myers & Steve Greene
Talking to your children about coronavirus
Coping Strategies to Help Your Child Handle Their Emotions
Children may be experiencing unfamiliar emotions during this time of uncertainty. Below are some activities and resources to help your child cope with their feelings.
- What Can I Do if I Feel Worried- Easy Strategies for Families
- Que Puedo Hacer Si Me Siento Preocupado- Estrategias Fáciles para Las Familias
- A follow-along guide for deep breathing
- Article for Parents- Coping Skills for Kids
- A Kid-friendly Explanation of Anxiety
- Article for Parents- Helping Kids Handle Anxiety
Cyber Bullying & Online Safety- Articles & Resources for Parents
During this break, children will be spending more time online. Below are some articles for parents to help keep your children safe online.
Social-Emotional Activities for Families
These are short (optional) activities to continue to support your child’s learning of emotions.