Return to Learn 2021
Safe Return to In-Person & Continuity of Services Plan
Seeds of Health has returned to a five day, in-person instruction model and is adhering to the health protocols outlined in our Safe Return to In-Person & Continuity of Services Plan below. Seeds of Health has also been awarded funds through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) III grant Program. See the ESSER III Stakeholder Letter below for Seeds of Health fund recommended allocations.
Back to School Letters
Seeds of Health Elementary, Tenor High School, and Veritas High School
If a school closure were to happen Seeds of Health would provide Grab-and-Go breakfast and lunch bags for families interested in this service.
Grandview High School
If a school closure were to happen MPS would provide meals for students.
Additional AssistanceHunger Task Force anticipates food pantry and program closures and decreased access to emergency food as a result of the outbreak. In response, Hunger Task Force has created a list of confirmed, trusted sites that are providing food safely and reliably. Click here to see a map of the sites.
If a school closure were to happen, the special education team would provide specially designed instruction as outlined in their individual education plans (IEP). These services would be through virtual face to face time on Google Hangout, email, Google Chat, and resources send home by their special education teacher.
Student Mental and Physical Health Resources During COVID-19
We recognize during these unprecedented circumstances this is a stressful time for all. Your school administrators and school counselors remain committed to serving students’ personal, social and emotional needs. We acknowledge that each person will cope differently and will have different needs. Below please find resources that address taking care of your emotional health and managing anxiety during this stressful time. If you feel you need to talk to a counselor or school administrator during you time at home please send an email to schedule a phone call.
- Child Mind Institute – Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus
- National Association of School Psychologists – Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource
- Mental Health Links:
Milwaukee Jewish Free Loan Association offers a hand-up instead of a handout, promoting self-sufficiency with dignity. Offering interest-free loans instead of charity, MJFLA seeks to empower people by furthering the concept of Gemilut Chasadim (acts of loving-kindness). MJFLA provides confidential loans on a non-sectarian basis to people who meet established criteria. As loans are repaid, MJFLA recycles those funds into new loans.Click here for more information.
Staff are available throughout the school day (8:30 am-3:00 pm) through email