Distance Learning Well Being

Learning and Social Emotional Resources


Social Emotional Resources To Address for Social Unrest

Race Conversation

Supporting Vulnerable Students in Stressful Times: Tips for Parents

Talking To Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers  

Apps for Self-Care

Coronavirus A book for Children A video read aloud done by CSDNR Nurses

Wearing A Mask A Story for Children

Helping Parents Support their Children during the Pandemic 

Family Schedule during Distance Learning

Weekly Resources for March 30 

Resource Links 

Extended Learning from PBS TV Station

NEW RO Weekly Resources to Share

COVID-19 parent handout in Spanish 

Social Emotional Learning Mood Meter.pdf 

During the time that the Jefferson Elementary School is closed, we would like to ensure that our community are aware of the following supports and programs, as well as community-based mental health resources: Be mindful that children and teens will take their lead from us, the responsible grown-ups in their lives,  on how worried they should be. Modeling calm and good practices can go a long way in ensuring our children feel safe. For some of our children who may not be able to critically analyze the information presented, it is important to monitor how much they are overhearing (including news reports). Maintaining an open dialogue on things going on in the world and in their life is a good practice for all ages. Periodic “check-ins” with your children on how they are feeling and coping is important- don't assume they will always know how to come to you to discuss concerns or fears. Please keep in contact with us so that we can be of continued support for your children too.