This is a year of new challenges for students and families and can lead to an increase in stress for both. An important thing for parents to remember is that our kids are often mini mirrors of ourselves. If we become stressed and anxious we can pass this on to our kids. So first and foremost, our primary job as a parent is to be aware of and to cope, as best we can, with our own stress. Read on for 12 strategies for managing stress as caregivers.
Elevate Student Support Services
Each student shows up, learns, and navigates through the world differently.
Every student is capable of growth.
ELEVATE provides coaching, intervention, and professional development to support our teachers, parents, and students in achieving their full potential along the academic and social emotional continuum.
We operate on the fundamental belief that through an intentional, student-centered, strength based approach, we can create a paradigm shift in the way we support and empower each and every learner within our community.
Aspen Academy’s ELEVATE program takes a three-tiered approach. By doing so, we honor, cultivate, and celebrate strengths in all learners. Services include:
Aspen Academy is committed to the expansion of services to enrich all learners in our community:
- Providing Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity screenings
- Offering Speech, Occupational Therapy, and Hearing screenings
- Onsite Tutoring Available Student (Additional fee required)
- Expanded Enrichment services
School is underway and in full swing! Certainly emotions are high.Yes, excitement, wonder and joy are abundant! At the same time, nerves, stress and anxiety are also at heightened levels. Suicide Prevention Awareness Month is a time when professionals in schools and the mental health community recognize the importance of providing information and support in identifying appropriate signs and symptoms for students at risk. Read on for more...
This school year has started as quickly as last year ended and we enter this school year with a direct and absolute call to action. There is no doubt that your children and families have observed, heard or discussed any number of topics this summer surrounding matters that speak to diversity, equity and inclusion. Read on for more about our 2020-2021 focus on DEI.
Our Director of Elevate and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion shares important tips for starting the 2020-2021 school year off in and setting students up for success this year and beyond.
As we ready ourselves for a new school year, one certainty is that there are many questions on the horizon for all of us. There are many ways we can prepare for a new, exciting, and adventurous school year. We can choose our attitude, and intentionally frame our perspective, as we encounter all that life throws our way. Although the 2020-2021 school year will be unlike any before, we can choose positivity and optimism, we can choose persistence, and we can choose gratitude.