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COVID-19 Resource for children!
Check out this short book to support and reassure our children, under the age of 7, regarding the COVID-19. (there are various language options to choose from in the link)

Military Resources

Military Kids Connect (Provides age appropriate resources dealing with unique challenges of military life)

Military Families (Information focused on ensuring quality educational opportunities for all military children affected by mobility, family separation, and transition)

Military Fee Assistance Program and Military Installation Child Care (Help for your childcare needs)

Tutor.com (for tutoring and homework help at no cost for active duty service members and eligible dependents)

Resources to address Grief

Comfort Zone Camp (Comfort Zone Camp is the nation's largest nonprofit bereavement camp for children)

Generation On (Generation On has suggestions on how to help young people process tragedy)

What's your Grief? (64 Children's Books about death and Grief)

National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement (Information on how to speak to children about National tragedies) 

Character Building

Good Character Lessons   (These good character lessons are great to use with elementary students to teach the pillars of character.) 

All things Kids ( Resources for a variety of topics and ages.)


How to stop bullying (Information on how to deal with bullies.)

Second Step Program (To create a positive and safe school environment.)

Captain Compassion (Activate your bystander power, recognize, report, and refuse.)

Cyber Safety/Internet

Netsmartz Workshop (This website has information how to stay safe from cyber-bullying and what to do if you are being bullied)

Safe Online Surfing (Separated by grade level this link provides students a fun way to learn about online safety)


"After facing a frightful thundershower that shook him to his roots, a terrified little tree learns the secret to weathering his fears and the storms of life."