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Letter to Families

Given these uncertain times, Re-Education Services want you to know that the building supervisors/counselors and Ms. Tracey will be available to answer questions throughout the time that we are away from school.  The best way to communicate with us is through email. 

Stacey Johnson Mentor-Building Supervisor/school therapist- sjohnson@re-edserv.com

Tracey Grasgreen- Family and Community Liaison – tgrasgreen@re-edserv.com

Angela Colvin –Bedford Building Supervisor- acolvin@re-edserv.com

We also understand that in these stressful times, some students may desire face to face communications to help them work through issues that may arise. We can accommodate this through zoom meetings. If a student or parent desires a zoom meeting with one of us, please reach out in an email so we can accommodate this need.

For emergency purposes see contacts below:

Text: Crisis Text Line- text –4hope to 741741

Tweet The lifeline: Twitter – @800273Talk

General coping strategies and tips to reduce stress.

When things feel uncertain or don’t feel safe, it’s normal to feel stressed. Right now many of us are worried about COVID-19, or also known as “Coronavirus,” but there are helpful strategies to use to prevent further stress. It’s important to note that we are not helpless in light of current news events.  We can always choose our response.  If you are struggling, here are some things you can do to take care of your mental health in the face of uncertainty:

  1. Separate what is in your control and what is not! Wash your hands, remind others to do the same, cover your mouth with your elbow/arm when coughing and/or sneezing, take your vitamins, limit your consumption of social media and the news.
  2. Do what helps you feel a sense of safety! Not everyone prioritizes things the same – for example people’s importance to socialize or not to socialize during this time.
  3. Get outside in nature! The sun’s source of vitamin D is good for the body, as well as physical exercise/activities in itself!
  4. Challenge yourself to stay in the present! Easier said than done, try not to focus too much on what will happen. Bring yourself into the present and focus on what is happening (or not happening) right now. Engage in mindfulness activities.
  5. Stay connected and reach out if you need support! Talk to trusted friends or family members about what you are feeling. It’s more than okay to talk about your feelings and any concerns you may have!

Anxiety with Corona Virus (COVID-19)

Helpful tips:

  • Avoid excessive exposure to media coverage
  • Connect through calls/text/internet
  • Add extra time for daily stress relief
  • Practice self-care
  • Focus on your mental health

For Kids:

* Reassure them that they’re safe
Let them talk about their worries
* Share your own coping skills
* Limit their news exposure
* Create a routine and structure

For quarantine/isolation:

* Keep in contact with your loved ones via social media, texts, phone calls
* Create a daily self-care routine
* Keep yourself busy: games, books, movies
Focus on new relaxation techniques

This link “Mental Health Tips for Quarantine” provides additional ideas to help with mental health strategies for caregivers as well as students during the quarantine.

Lake County residents can also find help through the Lake County United Way. Click here to reach their website: Lake County United Way

May - Coming Down the Home Stretch!

As the school year winds down, the students will have opportunities to participate in Intramurals on the field outside along with a school-wide trip to the zoo and field day on the last day of school. Classrooms have additional activities for the students to enjoy as we celebrate the closing of a great school year!

Upcoming Events – May

May 10 – 1/2 Day 11:15 Dismissal

May 27 – Memorial Day – No School

May 29 – School Zoo Trip

May 30 – Student’s Last Day – 11:15 Dismissal


NCCC Supports Autism

NCCC was developed and created as an opportunity to provide resources, training, and employment for lifelong learners embracing Autism.

The NCCC original concept, building design, and marketing have been a collaboration by students from local schools.   The students of Re-Education benefit and learn weekly at NCCC.  To help support our students and the NCCC program go to www.northcoastcorn.com and make your popcorn purchase today!