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Need Help?

If you are in crisis, seek help. If you are not able to contact your counselor or if you are in severe crisis please use these resources: 

Integrated Family Services Crisis Chat (click link at top of page)

Mobile Crisis Team  1-866-437-1821 24 hrs a day/7 days a week.

Counselors

Koczot, Mindi School Counselor, A-D
Lancaster, Robert School Counselor, K-Q
Smith, Melissa School Counselor, E-J and T
Turner, Jaime School Counselor, R, S, U-Z

Basic Needs

Online Resources

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Social Distancing (CNN) Social Distancing (Google) 83 Things to Do at Home (Teen)
Coping with Stress / Anxiety Positive On-line Reputation Sample Daily Schedules (HuffPo)
Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): (National Association of School Psychologists) Talking to Children About Coronavirus (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry) Talking to Young Children about Coronavirus (PBS Kids for Parents)
Talking to Teens about Coronavirus (NY Times)    

 

The news about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) can be concerning for parents and students. Here are some tips to help address your family’s social and emotional needs:

  • Share age-appropriate information with students and correct misinformation
  • Reassure children that they are safe and adults are working to keep them safe
  • Emphasize ways children and families can be “germ-busters” and reduce the spread of illness
  • Try and keep routines as normal as possible
  • Limit the amount of exposure to television and social media regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)