TIC – May, 2020 – May is National Mental Health Month
TIC Tip (May, 2020) As educators, we have a unique opportunity to provide our students with a sense of safety, connectedness, and hope during the month of May and beyond.
TIC (April, 2020) Now that the stay-at-home and physical distancing order has been extended, it is more important than ever to develop and follow a daily routine. Routines, in general, promote a feeling of safety and may help minimize anxiety.
TIC (March 2020) We often think of abuse, neglect, and natural disasters as forms of trauma; however, trauma comes in various forms.
TIC (February, 2020) – As we enter the stretch of the school year between winter and spring, students may exhibit behaviors anytime of the school year that may cause educators concern, frustration and prevent curriculum delivery.
TIC (January 2020) Getting into the Groove after the Holidays! Time to Practice Habit 7 as we Teach and Learn!
TIC (December, 2019) – Ah, the holidays…. For some of us, this time of year is magical! A time to celebrate all that we are grateful for with family and friends.
TIC (December, 2019) – The life of an educator is challenging! Everyone who works in a school setting is an educator in some capacity; therefore, self-care applies to all of us. Juggling the demands and expectations of family, relationships, and job related duties, along with providing the extra care that many of our students need, may feel overwhelming.
TIC (October, 2019) The following information was gathered to provide guidance to classified and certified staff when there is concern for a student. When a report to CPS is made, also inform your school counselor and administrator of the report.
TIC (September, 2019) We would like to give a big shout out to the FCS classified staff for generating the idea for the reporting protocol cards. The reporting protocol cards were designed to help classified staff know who to communicate …