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TEACHERSCURRICULUMSadlierIf your school or parish is shifting to an online learning approach, Sadlier is providing, free of charge, eBooks for the Sadlier print programs you are using for the remainder of the school year. To access your FREE eBook Site License for Sadlier Religion programs, log in to Sadlier Connect and use the following credentials: Username: SadlierStudent ; Password: ReadyToLearn!Click here for LINK
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TEACHERSCURRICULUMEdTechFree available online teaching and learning resourcesClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSCURRICULUMHarry Fletcher-Wood(READ) Teacher planning for distance schoolingClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSCURRICULUMMarshall MemoFree Curriculum Materials and Ideas for Homebound Educators and StudentsClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSCURRICULUMLexia LearningFree Lexia licenses offered through the end of June, 2020, for any students not currently using Lexia in our school districtClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSCURRICULUMAmazingeducationalresources.comEducation Companies Offering Free Subscriptions due to School ClosingsClick here for LINK
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TEACHERS AND PARENTSCURRICULUMORIGO at HomeGuidance and instruction for continuing math learning at homeClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSCURRICULUM / INSTRUCTIONCNN.com(READ) Scholastic Free online classes and resourcesClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSCURRICULUM / INSTRUCTIONScholasticScholastic Learn at HomeClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSCURRICULUM / INSTRUCTIONKhan AcademyNonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.Click here for LINK
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TEACHERS AND PARENTSCURRICULUM / INSTRUCTIONSophia Institute for TeachersAn overview of our resources in response to COVID-19Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSGENERALCenter for Disease ControlCOVID - 19 outbreak United States MapClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSGENERALCenter for Disease ControlCOVID - 19 outbreak World MapClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSGENERALCenter for Disease ControlCOVID - 19 outbreak - TravelersClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSGENERALHarvard University(READ) Best practices for on-line pedagogyClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSGENERALEdSurge(READ) A letter to educators teaching on-line for the first timeClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSGENERALCreate Emails through GoogleHandoutClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSINSTRUCTIONBooksourceRemote teaching resourcesClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSINSTRUCTIONWe are Teachers60+ Awesome Websites for Teaching and Learning MathClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSINSTRUCTIONA.J. Juliani: Author of The PBL Playbook, Director of Learning and Innovation, UPenn GSE Faculty at Penn Literacy Network(WEBINAR) K-5: How To Turn Any Unit Into A Project-Based Learning Experience for Elementary TeachersClick here for LINK
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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORSINSTRUCTIONSEVPSchools with international students: link to notify SEVP of school closures or other significant operational changesClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSINSTRUCTIONKahoot! Premium Free to Schools Kahoot! Has put together a guide to distance learning and are providing schools affected by the coronavirus with free access to Kahoot! Premium for the remaining months of the academic year. With Kahoot! Premium, educators can use advanced question types, collaborate with colleagues, and access in-depth reports, which can be used for formative assessment.Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSINSTRUCTIONGoogle Drive and Classroom InstructionsHandoutClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSINSTRUCTIONCreate a Google ClassroomHandoutClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSINTERNETSpectrumOffering free internet access for 60 days to household with K -12 studentsCall: 1-844-488-8385
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSINTERNETCompcastOffering free Xfinity WiFi via hotspots, data plans being paused, 60 days of free serviceClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSINTERSCHOLASTIC COMPETITIONSTexas Association of Private and Parochial Schools(READ) Notice regarding TAPPS competitions during school closuresClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSINTERSCHOLASTIC COMPETITIONSCapital Area Private and Parochial Schools(READ) Notice regarding CAPPS competitions during school closuresClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSMEALSAustin ISDMeals (breakfast and lunch) through the federal lunch programClick here for LINK
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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORSPLANNINGOPPIAdvice for school leaders on scenario planningClick here for LINK
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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORSPLANNINGFACTS(WEBINAR) Proactive Precautions for Schools: Campus Closure Checklist for FACTS SIS and Business Operations PreparationsClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRELIGION / FAITH FORMATIONFORMEDFORMED platform is free to everyone for the next 40 days. Sign up today and get immediate access to the best Catholic movies, faith formation videos, audio talks, and great children’s videos. Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRELIGION / FAITH FORMATIONCatholic Faith TechnologiesTo serve those preventing the spread of the coronavirus by voluntarily isolating or entering quarantine, Catholic Faith Technologies is offering as many resources as possible to meet faith formation needs. These are excellent resources from well-known and respected Catholic publishers.Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRELIGION / FAITH FORMATIONCatholic Aptitude: A Testament to Digital MinistryWebsiteClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRELIGION / FAITH FORMATIONLiving Faith Kids : Daily Catholic DevotionsWebsite free throughthe end of March with additional resources for periods of school closureClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRELIGION / FAITH FORMATIONLiving Faith Kids : Daily Catholic DevotionsAdditional resources for periods of school closureClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRELIGION / FAITH FORMATIONTeachingCatholicKids.comThere are discussion pages, worksheets, and coloring pages on a variety of topics (including Lent!)Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRELIGION / FAITH FORMATIONOSV - At Home Curriculum resources for Allelu and Alive in Christfamilies of children using Alive in Christ and Allelu for religion class at school can access that curriculum free Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRELIGION / FAITH FORMATION(VIDEO) OSV - Holy WeekClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSRESOURCESAmazingeducationalresources.comFacebook group: Amazing Educational ResourcesClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRESOURCESControl Alt Achieve(READ) Chrome Extensions for Struggling Students and Special NeedsClick here for LINK
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PARENTSRESOURCESParents’ Guide to Google ClassroomPowerpoint Slides with informationClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSRESOURCESArrupe Virtual Learning Institute AVLI, a Catholic education organization, with a mission to provide the best online and blended college preparatory coursework for students, professional development for educators, and collaborative opportunities for Catholic schools. AVLI has created temporary space on their website where you can find and share resources. Both member and non-member schools are welcome. No login. required.Click here for LINK
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TEACHERSRESOURCESOSV - Covid-19: Resources for Alive in Christ School Digital BooksThis document shows our Alive in Christ school customers how easy it is to access our free digital books and encouraged them to share the documents with teachers and parents.Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSRESOURCESCASA of Travis County Case Resources During COVID-19 Many of the resources listed here will be helpful for families and placements we work with, so please share them out as needed! We will continue to update this list as we become aware of more resources.Click here for LINK
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TEACHERS AND PARENTSRESOURCESSadlier SchoolDear Educator,
We are excited to announce Sadlier School Live!, our daily conversation with experts on how to help parents and teachers during this transitional time to increased distance learning.
Next week, we are going to hear from master teachers and advisors about:
• Accessing Free Resources
• Helping Parents Plan Their Day
• Helping Parents Navigate the Myriad of Resources
• Using Digital Hacks for Printable Downloads
• Building Fluency in English Language Arts and Mathematics
Tune in every day, Monday-Friday, at 3 p.m. EDT.
To join, go to www.facebook.com/SadlierSchool/ (see "Events") OR https://zoom.us/j/956604675.
If you’re unable to view these events live, a recording will be posted to Sadlier School’s YouTube page at www.youtube.com/SadlierSchool.
Remember to check our free academic resources and online learning support at www.SadlierSchool.com/OnlineLearning.
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TEACHERS AND PARENTSRESOURCESCATCH.orgEvidence-based health and physical education materialsClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSRESOURCESArupe Virtual Learning InstituteGeneral Teacher Sharing Sessions - Every Tuesday at noon ET/11 a.m. CT, 10 a.m MT, and 9 a.m. PT. This open weekly session provides teachers the opportunity to share and discuss what's working and what's not in their move to online. Click here for LINK
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TEACHERSRESOURCESArupe Virtual Learning InstituteDisciple-Specific Teacher Sharin Sessions
Same format as the general session but tailored by discipline.
o Math (Monday, March 30th, 6pm ET/5pm CT/4pm MT/3pm PT)
o History/Social Studies (Monday, March 30th, 6pm ET/5pm CT/4pm MT/3pm PT)
o Physical Education (Monday, March 30th, 6pm ET/5pm CT/4pm MT/3pm PT)
o Fine and Performing Arts (Tuesday, March 31st, 6pm ET/5pm CT/4pm MT/3pm PT)
o Theology (Tuesday, March 31st, 7pm ET/6pm CT/5pm MT/4pm PT)
o Science (Wednesday, April 1st, 6pm ET/5pm CT/4pm MT/3pm PT)
o English (Wednesday, April 1st, 6:30pm ET/5:30pm CT/4:30pm MT/3:30pm PT)
o Foreign Language (Thursday, April 2nd, 6:30pm ET/5:30pm CT/4:30pm MT/3:30pm PT)
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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORSRESOURCESMaintaining Community for StudentsWednesday, April 1st, noon ET/11am CT, 10am MT, 9am PT
What are schools doing/planning to maintain connections and community for students, particularly seniors?
Click here to add the weekly administrator session to your Google calendar through the end of April. No need to register each week!
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TEACHERS AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORSRESOURCESSession recordings of previous webinarsClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSRESOURCESLexia LearningWays to use Lexia remotely to enhance reading instructionClick here for LINK
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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORSRESOURCESACRE TestingFlexible ways of adminstering this year's ACRE TestClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSRESOURCESLearning AllyThe Learning Ally Audiobook Solution is an easy-to-implement reading accommodation designed for students in grades 3-12 who struggle with a reading deficit. Because we are App-based we are as easy to use at home as in the classroom, providing you with the support you need in this difficult time of remote learning.

Our library of over 80,000 human-read audiobooks including popular fiction, curriculum-aligned literature, and even STEM textbooks, can be accessed anywhere via computer, tablet or mobile device. Students hear human-read narration while seeing automatically highlighted text, providing a truly multisensory reading experience that allows them to access grade-level content and become engaged learners. Educators gain the benefit of strong online progress monitoring and dashboards to support differentiated instruction, even during school closures, breaks, and summers.
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TEACHERS AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORSRESOURCESNWEA(BLOG) General Instruction COVID ResourcesClick here for LINK
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TEACHERS, PARENTS AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORSSOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNINGNCEA(WEBINAR) April 1, 3 p.m. - Learn more about how biblically based social-emotional learning can support teachers, students, and families in the aftermath of COVID-19. Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTECHNOLOGYA Complete Beginners Guide to Zoom(VIDEO) Everything You Need To Know To Get Started Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTECHNOLOGYZoom Full Tutorial And Overview (VIDEO) Video Conferencing Made EasyClick here for LINK
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TEACHERSTECHNOLOGYZoom: Running a meeting & Screen Sharing (VIDEO)Click here for LINK
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TEACHERSTECHNOLOGYHow to host a class or meeting with Zoom!(VIDEO)Click here for LINK
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TEACHERSTECHNOLOGYHow to Use Zoom for Online Course Videos (VIDEO)Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTECHNOLOGYZoom.com(READ) Zoom free to schoolsClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS AND TEACHERSTECHNOLOGYLoomLoom is an online screen + video recording platform which you can use to send pre-recorded lessons, announcements, etc. and share via email, social media, or embed on a website page.Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMEKidsactivities.comHere's the entire list of education companies offering free subcriptions due to school closingsClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMECincinnati Zoo & Botanical GardenHome Safari Facebook Live each weekday at 3pm EDT where we will highlight one of our amazing animals and include an activity you can do from home.Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMEWild, Free and CraftyFree online art lessons for kids (and adults). Ease some anxiety with art therapy, learn how to create awesome projects, and enjoy getting creative.Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMEBuggy and Buddy30+ Free Printable Scavenger Hunts for KidsClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMEList of Sites for Families to Use While School is ClosedClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMENASANASA makes their entire media library publicly accessible and copyright freeClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMEHomeschool HideoutEducational Netflix ShowsClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMETotallythebomb.comNational Park Virtual ToursClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMETravel + Leisure(READ) Stuck at Home? These 12 Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours You Can Take on Your CouchClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMEAudible.comStories help. They entertain. They teach. They keep young minds active, alert, and engaged. For as long as schools are closed, we're open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Explore the collection, select a title and start listening.Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMETheSpanishExperiment.comWell-known children's stories translated into Spanish and spoken by a native Spanish speaker. Great for kids... and adults too! Read along in Spanish or English.Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMETED VideosTED-Ed Video PlaylistClick here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSTO DO AT HOMEFree access to Rosetta Stone for Students for the next three months.Thank you for social distancing, an essential measure against the spread of COVID-19. We’re right there with you, from our youngest making conference call cameos to our teens announcing mere hours into self-quarantine that they are ready to go back to school.Click here for LINK
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TEACHERSWELL-BEINGSea Change Mentoring(READ) Ten strategies for educator well-beingClick here for LINK
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TEACHERS AND PARENTSWELL-BEINGHelping Kids Cope with the Coronavirus Outbreak(READ) Now that the World Health Organization has declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic, and cases of the virus are spreading throughout the United States, we are witnessing an unprecedented series of cancellations and closures. Many people are also struggling with anxiety around questions: “Will my family get sick?”; “How long will it last?”; and “Will I have the things I need?” Kids, too, can get anxious, especially as they see the stress of adults around them. How can we help kids cope with the stress of the outbreak and its ongoing effects to our everyday lives? Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSWELL-BEINGOSV - Seven ways to manage ‘COVID Stress Syndrome’(READ) The world is experiencing a historic challenge in the face of the global pandemic. Not only are people concerned both for their own health and the health of their loved ones, but the restrictions on normal activities and the economic repercussions of the crisis have everyone on edge. Psychologists have coined the term “COVID Stress Syndrome” to describe the pandemic’s impact on emotional health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released recommendations for dealing with the mental health impact of the crisis.Click here for LINK
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STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTSWELL-BEINGTalking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus) A Parent Resource A new type of coronavirus, abbreviated COVID-19, is causing an outbreak of respiratory (lung) disease. It was first detected in China and has now been detected internationally. While the immediate health risk in the United States is low, it is important to plan for any possible outbreaks if the risk level increases in the future. Click here for LINK
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TEACHERS AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORSWELL-BEINGSophia Institute for Teachers(WEBINAR) April 2, 2-4 p.m. - Called to Hope: A Virtual Retreat for Catholic School Teachers and Catechists Click here for LINK
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