Wellness

Tenet: Wellness (Social and Emotional Supports)

Core Team: Diane Bruha, Sam Stecher, Heather Wendelin, Lisa Fye 

Extended Team Members: Karen Williams, Tessa Petereit, Mackenzie Riedel, Cassie Ginapp 

 

Staff Wellness

Student Wellness

Family Wellness

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*One Best Day--Sam Stecher

*Time to prepare and reconnect

*Present to all staff on the first day back

*EAP Wellness (4continuum.net)

*https://calmingroom.scusd.edu/home

 

MINIMAL RISK:

  • Zones of Regulation screener: Zones google form
  • EAP- Continuum
  • Headspace- Full program free from EAP
  • Teacher Referral Process:  Form

MINIMAL RISK:

  • CDC guidance for talking with children about the coronavirus
  • https://calmingroom.scusd.edu/home
  • At risk screener (teacher submitted)- sooner in the year 
    • Daily check-ins ES/IS
  • Self screening MS/HS: Student referral process
    • Google form Kids appreciate an easy way to refer a friend who might be in trouble and need some assistance.
  • Mental Health instruction at all buildings
    • EL/IS: Guidance/Family Time
    • MS/HS: Infusion into content
  • Priority: Group activities so that kids stay connected with each other/ relationship building. 

*This will be an ongoing area of need based on individual family situations.

 

MINIMAL RISK:

  • How do we communicate the support we are providing for students? Translation of materials
  • Are there supports we need to be providing to all families? Some families? Few Families? 
  • Connections to local resources: Family Support Doc
  • Resources and materials
    • Parent/Family Letters (district letter, building letters on coping with Covid-19/supporting children)
    • NASP Information (english and spanish)

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MODERATE RISK:

MODERATE RISK:

  • Intentional distance partner/ small (3-4) group activities so that kids stay connected with each other through the content no matter if they are at school or at home. 
  • Students shared they would like more live discussion, video meetings, connection type activities when thinking about going remote.

MODERATE RISK:

  • Family support meetings
  • Connections to local resources: Family Support Doc
  • Resources and materials
    • Parent/

Family Letters (district letter, building letters on coping with Covid-19/supporting children)

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SUBSTANTIAL RISK:

SUBSTANTIAL RISK:

  • Intentional remote partner/ small (3-4) group activities so that kids stay connected with each other through the content no matter if they are at school or at home. 

SUBSTANTIAL RISK:

  • Virtual supports (Zoom appointments)
  • Virtual homevisit
  • Porch Visits

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  • Provide materials and cell phone numbers for those in crisis via USPS or digitally. Staff support doc
  • Provide materials and cell phone numbers or hotlines numbers via USPS or digitally. Student Support Doc
  • Provide materials and cell phone numbers for those in crisis via USPS or digitally. Family Support Doc
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