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Dear Marshall Families,


Hello!  I wanted to check-in and let you know I really miss seeing and interacting with all of you on a daily basis!  It is vital that we all continue to communicate and work as a team to navigate and support one another during these uncertain times.  We are truly Marshall Strong! Please take a look at the new counseling page and announcements on our school website! Also, please feel free to reach out to me through school email during school hours if you have any questions or concerns.  Take care, get exercise, and I hope to see you all soon!


Be safe and make good choices,

Mr. Fulton

tafulton@osd.wednet.edu

 

*SPECIAL EVENT*

HOPE & COPE 2020: Join college and high school students for Hope & Cope 2020, a virtual event that invites you to reflect on the impact the world-changing events of 2020 have had on your life, through storytelling and connection with others. JUNE 17 at 1pm, click HERE to register.

 

1.) Marshall Strong Daily Questions: (Daily goals and affirmations we have posted on our fridge!)

  • Who am I checking on, or connecting with today?
  • What expectations of “normal” am I letting go of today?
  • How am I getting outside today?
  • How am I moving my body today?
  • How am I expressing my creativity today?
  • What type of self-care am I practicing today?
  • What am I grateful for today?

 

“Be safe and make good choices.”

 

2.) Community Resources: Additional resources will be continuously added on the counseling link.

  • Olympia Area Resources: Groceries, meals, bills, income, internet, mental health, crisis resources, etc... Click HERE
  • WA Mental Health Referral Service for Children and Teens: click HERE
  • The Crisis Clinic of Thurston & Mason Counties: Click HERE
  • Managing Stress and Anxiety during the Pandemic: Click HERE
  • 5 Tips to Face Your Anxiety: Click HERE
  • Coping with COVID-19 Lockdown: Click HERE
  • Reduce the Stress of Homeschooling on Everyone: Click HERE
  • Tips to Help Teens: Mental Health First Aid: Click HERE
  • Mental and Emotional Well-Being: Click HERE
  • The Greater Good Magazine: Science-based insights for a meaningful life. Click HERE

 

 3.) "Just take a minute and think about all the people who loved us into being" (Fred Rogers, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood).  

 

4.) College Bound Scholarships: The College Bound Scholarship is an early commitment of state financial aid to eligible students who complete the application in middle school, fulfill the scholarship pledge, and meet income requirements in college. For more information about the College Bound Scholarship, you can visit https://readysetgrad.wa.gov/college/college-bound-scholarship-program

 

 

Ms. Wood, Mr. Fulton, Ms. Weber