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School Recovery Listening Session: August 24, 2021
Where are you now, and where do you and your school communities need to go?
August 24, 2021 • 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PT, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET (view your time zone)
Whether you are staying in virtual schools or moving to a hybrid model and re-opening a physical learning environment, everyone in our school communities are navigating recovery as a result of COVID-19 this past year.
Please join our fall listening session as we hold a reflective and generative conversation among peers aimed to elevate promising practices, lessons learned and outstanding needs related to COVID-19, reintegration and trauma informed leadership principles that support recovery and renewal in schools, after crisis. Your voice and experience is vital in reimagining the future and discerning our way forward.
Who Is This For?
All school staff including educators, school mental health professionals, school administrators, and other school site leadership.
- Elevate promising practices, lessons learned and outstanding needs related to COVID-19, reintegration, trauma informed leadership principles that support recovery and renewal after crisis.
- Reimagine the now and future of healing-centered education
- Identify supportive services needed to move beyond the crisis of this moment towards restoration and renewal
- Inform SCRR programing moving forward
June Listening Session Participant Quotes
“I watched students go from tier one to tier three so quickly last year.”
“Our scope of work was exhaustive and exhausting. Trying to recreate the service model- while making a shift from acute crisis response to a more intentional systems level approach required us to be more proactive, restorative and trauma-responsive.”
“Healing post-COVID anxiety in our students. I have a lot of kids that will be coming back on campus for the first time in almost two years this August. How do I help them adjust to in-person schooling?”
“We don’t intentionally use the time we have to work on those things, rather, we say ‘Here are the resources, read them on your own time.’ How do you negotiate what is the most valuable skill to learn when everything is a struggle, including academics?