Virtual Mental Health Resources for Students and Parents
Click on the links below to access videos, articles, and other resources
designed to help both students and their parents.
Academic Support Resources
Staying Organized at Home
1. Clean and Organized Working Environment
Keep a clean, open space available each day for your computer, binders, pens and books.
2. Limit Distractions
Try to keep any electronics (cell phones, video games, etc) away during school time.
3. Prioritize Tasks
List what you have to get done today in order of importance. (For example: I need to check in with all of my teachers this morning because I was sick yesterday).
4. Keep Your Routine
7:00- Wake Up/Make bed
7:30- Take Shower, Get Ready
8:30- Start Class
5. Maintain Friendships
Check in with a friend every day to catch up and talk about things you both enjoy
6. Stay Healthy (physically and mentally)
Get outside and enjoy the fresh air, take a walk with a family member
Schedule times to talk to friends or video chat
Do things that make you happy!
Study Skills Tips
Keep a weekly planner- by mapping out what you have to do each day, you should feel more prepared for every assignment, test and project that are coming up
Try Flashcards or Post It Notes- When studying vocabulary words, these strategies can help you learn new words through repetition
Create Goals!- What are my goals today? Make sure they are things you can accomplish!
Get Support- Who are the people that can help me? How can I get in contact with them?
Organization!- Is my workspace empty and clear of distractions?
Takes Notes!- What is the purpose of today's lesson? What is the goal? Do I need to go back and re-read that paragraph?
Math Support on Campus
Are you struggling or need extra help with math? AE Wright is now offering math support for all students on campus!
Below is the schedule:
Tuesday and Thursday after school for one hour in room 17
Thursday during lunch in room 18
We suggest coming prepared with your questions and what you need help with.