COVID-19: Helping Parents and Children Prepare for K-12 Fall Semester

August 19, 2020

The fall of 2020 will be very challenging for students and their parents. Several models have been proposed for the 2020-2021 K-12 school year and decisions have largely been left to local school districts. This recorded webinar emphasizes the critical information that parents should evaluate regarding school reopening/resuming and how they can help themselves and their children manage uncertainty, stress and fear in the age of COVID-19. This session by Dr. Scott Poland, a former national school crisis team leader, provides valuable information whether your local school is planning a return of students on-site or virtual remote learning for the fall semester.

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Presented By:

Dr. Scott Poland, Ed.D.

Scott Poland, Ed.D, is professor at NSU's College of Psychology and Chair of the National Emergency Assistance Team for the National Association of School Psychologist. He is a nationally recognized expert on youth violence, suicide intervention, and self-injury.