Virtual Mental Health & Wellness Supports

TUHSD launched a district-wide Virtual Counseling & Wellness Center for all students to access and stay connected to Counseling & Wellness staff and programs. Some of the unique aspects of this initiative include a peer-resource supported Wellness Community Zoom Room to foster peer support, guided self-care and connection activities and free viewing of the movie … Read more

Partners work together to provide food to students and their families

Here are just a few of the examples of how Partners are working together to provide for student’s basic food needs All Districts continue to provide school meals. Bridge the Gap, Performing Stars, PlayMain!, Conscious Kitchens, SF-Marin Foodbank, and SMCSD partner to provide school meals, dinners, “bags of love” and pop-up pantries.  SUSD is using … Read more

HotSpot Lending Library

Marin County Free Libraries (MCFL) convened a working group to assess student internet connection needs so that funding could be pooled to efficiently match needs with resources in closing the digital divide for students across Marin.

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