In this podcast, Dr. Adela Cruz discusses how students, parents and professionals in her district are coping and adapting as they return to school post-pandemic. As kids continue to return to the classroom, their new “normal” will look much different than it did pre-COVID. Dr. Adela Cruz discusses how students, parents and professionals in her district are coping and adapting.
Racism is a hard topic to discuss, and parents may be wondering how to talk to kids about racism. There is no single perfect way to do this, but a few suggestions are listed in this resource to help parents get started. It includes tips for ages 2-7, 7-11, and 12 and up.
This webinar provided an overview of what school and district leaders need to know about Medi-Cal and discussed different models, examples, and action steps of how districts in California can integrate Medi-Cal funded mental health services into school settings. Presenters shared implementation challenges and lessons learned. Click on the video link above to watch the recording, and the links below to access additional resources.
This practical guide from Project Cal-Well focuses on flexible and feasible approaches to supporting social and emotional connectedness during remote learning. It provides information and resources about easy to implement strategies for educators, students, and families to stay connected and foster a sense of community within a virtual classroom.
This article discusses the importance of the student-teacher relationship and describes ways teachers can build positive, healthy relationships with students.