Students frequently face a great deal of stress during this time of the year. Stress and anxiety may arise from the competitiveness of taking challenging courses, studying for college placement tests, and making important and life-changing plans for their future. Our Child and Youth Specialist Ms. Sugar, provides tips on how both students and staff can manage year-end stress.
How can we best assist our students to set realistic short and long-term goals as we now move into the spring block of the school year? Our school social worker Ms. Sugar, provides tips on how you can set both short and long-term goals for yourself during the pandemic.
Burnout is a state of mental, physical or emotional exhaustion. It is so important for teachers and parents to be on the look out for signs of student burnout so that the situation is addressed at the earliest opportunity. Our school social worker discusses some of the most common warning signs of student burnout.
Making and having friends becomes increasingly important during adolescence and plays an important part of the experience of childhood to adulthood.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created anxiety in many people, both young and old. Some anxiety is both normal and helpful. Anxiety motivates us to prepare ourselves for things to come, such as preparing for tests or projects. Anxiety also motivates us to follow safety guidelines and procedures that will protect us. In this article, our school social worker shares some tips and tools that can help you navigate through this pandemic.
Are you worried about somebody you love? Are you concerned with their eating habits? In this article, our social worker walks us through some of the most common warning signs of a potential eating disorder.