Helpful articles about family care and how to cope with current circumstances.
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During a school year that looks nothing like any other we’ve ever experienced, Northfield Public Schools wants families and students – from our newest learners starting their first days in pre-K to our rising senior class of 2021 – to know that we care about their mental health and emotional well-being. To offer a bit of support, this virtual calming space is intended to provide easy access to resources that can help families and students relax during the unprecedented months ahead.
Here for You
Please note, the resources below are for educational purposes and are not intended as interventions or as a substitute for treatment.
We are always here for you. If your student needs emotional help, access the staff directory to find contact information for your child’s principal, school social worker or guidance counselor. Rice County Social Services also provides services to families. Contact them at 507.332.6115.
- PBS Article: How to Help Your Child Successfully Transition Back to School
- PBS Article: Help Children Cope with Back-to-School Anxiety
- PBS Article: How You and Your Kids Can De-Stress During Coronavirus
- PBS Article: How Mindfulness Can Help Kids (and Parents!) Weather Emotional Storms
Teen Health Resources
Educational, hands-on activities for all ages.
Arts & Crafts Activities
Guided Imagery Videos
Guided imagery videos to transport you to calming spaces.
Calming music tracks to help you ease your mind and relax.