Social and emotional resources during the school shutdown

Social Emotional Resources During School Shutdown

During the school shut down our school counselors, school social worker, and school psychologist worked together to comprise a list of helpful resources for parents and students during this stressful time.  Our school counselors, school social worker, and school psychologist want all Mayfield families and students to know that they are not alone during this time. Many of the articles will aid in giving your students peace of mind as well as suggestions on how to stay busy at home when your child is not working on schoolwork.  Also below you can find a list of mental health community resources and their phone numbers should your child be in a crisis while school is shutdown. Mrs. Bovee, Mrs. Farrell, Ms. Lozier, and Miss DiDomenico are available via email Monday-Friday 8:00 AM- 3:00 PM while the school is shut down if your child would like to reach out for support.

Helpful Articles for Parents and Students:

Coping with Stress During an Infectious Disease Outbreak

Talking to Kids about Coronavirus by The Child Mind Institute

From the National Association of School Psychologists

Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource 

The Secret to Keeping Your Kids Happy, Busy and Learning if Their School Closes During Coronavirus

Online Resource of Learning Activities and Games for kids 

Managing Anxiety and Stress from the CDC

Social Story Explaining the Coronavirus

Care tips for your coronavirus anxiety

Mental Health Resources:

St. Mary’s Mental Health Hotline – 518-842-9111

The Family Counseling Center Crisis Hotline – 518-725-4310, ext. 999

*Walk-in Crisis available Monday – Thursday, 8 am – 8 pm and Fridays, 8 am – 5 pm

St. Mary’s Children’s Clinic – 518-843-7520

St. Mary’s Adult Clinic – 518-841-7341