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Wellness Resources

Hello Glenwood Families,

     How are you? If you were to ask me this question, my answer(s) would be different every time! I’ve been feeling scared, hopeful, lonely, inspired, frustrated, and bored to name only a FEW of my feelings! This is a very uncertain time in our community, our country, and our world – and in our families’ and friends’ lives. Feeling lots of different emotions is very normal when we’re confronting so many changes in our usual routines.

     Going forward, I’ll be using this page to share some resources for Glenwood kids and caregivers to help you all stay as healthy as possible and manage your many feelings, just like I do when we’re together at school. We plan on adding new links at least weekly, but if you have a specific question for me or if you find a great resource  you’d like me to share, please send an email at (Ms. G).

     We are excited to have recently added a new counselor too! Her name is Steffanie Accorsi and her email is – she would also love to hear from you with questions, concerns, or useful links to share.

     Please know that you are missed and loved and we are keeping you in our hearts. We look forward to seeing everyone again as soon as we can!

Ms. G and Ms. A

Wellness & Informational Resources

Worry Coping Cards: A set of printable cards that provide children-friendly coping skill ideas and activities for when they may feel overwhelmed, scared, anxious, depressed, or any other negative emotions.
Worry Coping Cards

Gratitude Journal: A worksheet that provides gratitude prompts that help children focus on positive things from their day; big or small. Identifying 3 good things a day has been shown to increase well-being.
Gratitude Journal

Family Mindfulness: Provides parents and guardians strategies and techniques that allow them to practice mindfulness (staying in the present moment) with their children during every day activities to reduce stress and anxiety. It is important to note that it is best to start with only one technique at a time.
Family Mindfulness

Printable Mandala coloring pages for adults and children.  These are often used to aid in stress relief and meditation/relaxation. 
Coloring for Wellness

Additional Online Resources 

Explaining Coronavirus
NY Times - Parenting Tips

For Parents: How to keep your children engaged at home… P. D. F. these letters stand for Playtime, Downtime, and Family Time… we include these in at home “school day”!!
Downtime, Family time, Playtime with Family 

Managing Stress
Social Distancing  
What is Social Distancing? 


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