The School District has put together a list of supports that can help students and families.
to find the list of supports....
Go to the School District 75 Web page,
Click on Curriculum Connections on the District Web site
Then... Click on “Wellness Resources for Families” to find supports
Check out the Bounce Back web site if your stressed out. It's a made in BC Mental Health support.
School Counselling Department Support
This year’s return to school after Spring Break is very different than any of us have experienced before. It is a challenging time for everyone and West Heights Elementary Counselling Department remains committed to supporting the well being of our students and families. If students and/or parents require emotional, social, or community supports you can contact Irene Rogers our School Counsellor or Emily Skillings our Youth Care Worker as indicated below. They will be checking and responding to email during regular school hours and we will make arrangements to communicate either by email or by phone. Counsellor: email@example.com Youth Care Worker: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional support services you can reach out to include:
*** 2 good books for the kids to listen to – read online to them
Resources for parents and educators K to12 (includes 2 books for children): https://parents.cmionline.com/resources-for-kids-during-covid19/
Kids Help Line: https://kidshelpphone.ca/
Kids Live Chat: Call 1-800-668-6868
Kids canText: Text CONNECT to 686868
Child and Youth Mental Health Mission: 604 820 4300 Crisis Line: https://www.options.bc.ca/program/fraser-health-crisis-line Fetch Mission (lists various community support agencies): https://mission.fetchbc.ca/
Kelty Mental Health Resources: https://keltymentalhealth.ca/blog/2020/03/helping-children-and-teens-cope-social-isolation
For ADDITIONAL INFORMATION …..
Keep Checking Out the “Counsellor’s Corner” on the School WEBSITE!!
West Heights School Counsellor