It’s amazing what a difference a week can make, and we know that the current events are impacting each of you in different ways. As you begin to prioritize and settle into the routines you create over this time, we wanted to share some additional resources with you to assist with dealing with the variety of emotions that will occur during this time. We recognize that as families you have been put in a position that you were not expecting, and as you deal with your own emotions, you are also having to support your children in new ways. Please know that we are here to help, and want to provide you with tools to assist you during this challenging time.
Please see this document that we will updating throughout this time of uncertainty with resources related to the mental health of students and their families:
Counselor Resources During COVID19 Closure (Here is the link to the document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_cg9bmPvoI1E8iUGIxoW_t5RDxBkLkNV03kzOPmNDYM/edit?usp=sharing)
University Counselor Note: All D1 and M5 students are now connected to our new college planning platform Maia Learning (Login link: www.maialearning.com/#/user-login) , which they can log into via their school Google email account. We will be uploading resources and activities throughout the school year. Please encourage your child to check frequently and complete assigned tasks. For our D2 students, college/university decisions are starting to come in, and it’s time to begin making decisions. Many institutions are extending deadlines and making concessions regarding changes occurring globally. Students are encouraged to stay connected to the colleges/universities they have applied to, and be aware of any updates that they need to respond to in a timely manner.
Also, there is a HUGE FREE online university fair occurring 20 & 23-24 March that I am strongly encouraging students, and parents, to participate in. There are several events taking place over each day, so please see this link for more information and to register for events you are interested in:
As always, Mr. Kileo (email@example.com) and I (firstname.lastname@example.org) remain available while school is still functioning. We will maintain regular work hours, and recommend you do something similar. This means we will respond in a timely manner during our regular hours.