Teaching social and emotional learning skills requires engagement beyond teachers and schools. Families can participate in their child's development by looking for opportunities to model these skills during their day-to-day interactions.
During Inclement Weather Plan. Prepare. Stay Informed
Hurricane season is here as evidenced by Fiona and Ian which has caused widespread devastation, particularly in Puerto Rico and Florida. Below you will find specific information and resources for staying safe during Hurricane/Tornados. See links below:
Ready North Carolina: Plan. Prepare. Stay Informed
Simple Activities for Children and Adolescents English and Spanish
Social and Emotional Learning at a Glance
SEL At A Glance highlights the social and emotional learning competencies and strategies that CHCCS counselors and teachers use to support our students’ development. This tool also provides tips that families can use to support their children in building SEL skills at home.
4-part SEL 101 Series for Parents on Strengthening Social-Emotional Learning at Home
Me Moments are practices students (and adults!) can use to address their needs at any moment in school and at home.
Mental health and safety resources for the CHCCS community, including crisis support, substance abuse services, and support for students from historically marginalized groups.
A positive escape using anxiety reduction and relaxation techniques to provide healthy outlets for stressful times.