Supporting Students’ Social-Emotional Needs During a Pandemic (COVID-19)

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During times of crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic, students are at a greater risk for negative emotional responses that can interfere with both their learning and their daily lives. Districts must identify tools and practices that will support students’ social-emotional well-being, even when schools are closed.

Learn key tools to support students’ social-emotional needs including:

Support Student's Emotional Well-Being

Recommendations for Districts to Support Students’ Social-Emotional Needs

Be Transparent And Communicative

Deliver consistent, proactive messages with resources for families to access at home

Provide Easy Avenues For Communication

Consider all the home languages served in your district

Serve As Nurturing Leaders

Consider the emotional needs and challenges of both students and the adults who are directly supporting them

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