Are you wondering how you can keep your children engaged at home while we’re all having to isolate ourselves during the COVID-19?
If you are not used to educating your children at home – or even if you do home-school, here are some educational resources that might be helpful. Maybe inject a bit of fun into learning. Click here to print a PDF of this information.
Most school districts are implementing Distance Learning opportunities on their websites.
For more information, call the A&FRC’s School Liaison Officer at 719-556-6141 or 719-556-7832.
Or send an email message to A&FRC org box – email@example.com
MFLC’s Non-Medical Counseling for Youth Now Available by Video
School closures and the general uncertainty surrounding coronavirus disease 2019 have affected families everywhere. Children and teenagers who feel isolated from friends and activities may experience a particularly hard time.
Children show stress in different ways. Your child may act out, be sad or fearful, or show signs of low self-esteem. To help your child cope with changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, beginning March 24, 2020, Military OneSource will offer video non-medical counseling sessions for children and teenagers.
Secondhand Storytime – Authors & celebrities read to us on Facebook, 8 a.m. Monday – Friday. Close your eyes and just listen, if you like. It’s soothing. Brought to you by Team Pete #livingroomlibrarians