The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in the US has witnessed the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes.
ANCHORED FAMILIES: 5 MUST HAVE TOOLS IN YOUR PARENTING TOOLBOX
Supporting Your Child 's Emotional Well-Being
How Counselors will be Utilizing their Time During This Closure?
Will Counselors be Hosting Mental Health Conferences?
Due to liability and legal concerns counselors will not be able to accommodate some of our regular meetings with students surrounding topics of mental health and safety. Students who have been working with our mental health counselor, Caleb Visser, have been contacted to move their appointments to Caleb’s office at Northshore Youth and Family Services.
If Students are in Need of Some Support Socially/Emotionally Please Access the Following:
Ideas for coping and getting help:
- Call or talk with a supportive family member (mom, dad, aunt, uncle, guardian) or another trusted adult.
- Call Teen Link: 206-461-4922, 6:00-10:00 pm nightly, staffed by teens.
- Text Teen Link: Wednesday’s 6pm-9:30 pm, 866-833-6546.
- Call or talk with a supportive friend.
- Go on a walk, write in a journal, play with a pet, listen to music or do an activity that is safe that you enjoy.
- Crisis Line: 1-866-427-4747, to speak with an adult crisis expert.
- National suicide prevention crisis line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). They will route you to a crisis center near you.
- Dial 911 if you have an emergency and need help.
New to District Enrollment for the 2020-2021 School YeaR
- Personal/social issues.
- Graduation requirements.
- Credit retrieval options.
- Outside resources.
- College guidance.
- Attendance issues
- SBAC questions
- SAT/ACT questions
- Substance abuse issues
- Study strategies