As communities, schools, educators, staff, parents and students continue to be impacted by the uncertainty, stress, and emotions resulting from the recent COVID-19 pandemic and the racial injustices in our communities, counseling resources are critical and should be available to everyone in the community. It is also important to note that as students begin to participate in school activities, both in person and/or virtually, the resources and the provision of services need to be accessible both in person and virtually. There are many individual factors to consider in how to best support students and families. It is also imperative that the responsibility of providing access to counseling resources falls upon the entire school community and the community at large. These resources come from a variety of organizations committed to addressing the social emotional health and learning of students and families.
County Office of Education Leadership for School Counseling
Social Emotional Learning and Character Development in One
www.rewardcharts4kids.com: List of Feelings from A to Z (to print)
We Are Teachers: 21 Simple Ways to Integrate Social-Emotional Learning Throughout the Day
www.worksheetplace.com: Role Playing Cards