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Connection and Resilience

In this time where physical distancing and remote education has become necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19, social connection is more important than ever. We know it is crucial for our students to feel connected to a supportive community to support their well-being.

A strong sense of connection is necessary to create positive social, emotional, behavioral, and academic outcomes. It meets the basic human needs of building social bonds and feeling cared about.

Positive student relationships are fundamental to success. When students feel supported, they're more likely to engage in learning and have better academic outcomes. Plus, when students have positive interactions with adults, they have fewer behavioral problems. These relationships are more important and more challenging than ever in uncertain times, like during the coronavirus pandemic.

CONNECT with us every week to share, listen, talk, laugh, and release! Click on the school name hyperlink to Contact your BIS for the Zoom CT Link.

 Anderson                       Kilpatrick                              Suder                              Rex Mill  
 Arnold  King  Swint   Riverdale MS
 Brown   Lake City  Tara   M.D.Roberts MS
 Callaway  Lake Ridge  Unidos   Sequoyah MS
 Church St.  Lee St.  West Clayton   White 6-8 Academy
 East Clayton   Marshall  White K-5 Academy   Drew HS
 Edmonds  McGarrah  Adamson   Elite Scholars Academy
 Fountain  Morrow ES  Babb   Forest Park HS
 Harper  Mt. Zion ES  Forest Park MS   Jonesboro HS
 Hawthorne  Mt. Zion Primary              Jonesboro MS   Lovejoy HS
 Haynie  Northcutt  Kendrick MS   Morrow HS
 Huie  Oliver  Lovejoy MS    Mt. Zion HS
 Jackson  Pointe South ES  Morrow MS   Mundy's Mill HS
 Kay Pace  Riverdale ES  Mundy's Mill MS   North Clayton HS
 Kemp ES  RIver's Edge  North Clayton MS   Riverdale HS
 Kemp Primary  Smith  Pointe South MS   Stillwell SOA
  Perry Academy