Seventh-day Adventist Schools of New York

School Year 20-21 Program Parent Support

The Seventh-day Adventist Schools of New York is excited to offer the Title I program to all K-12 students enrolled in an SDA school for school year 20-21. This program is offered to supplement the academic and social-emotional growth experienced in the classroom.

Sessions are designed to include a holistic experience for students composed of targeted math and literacy instruction to encourage personal growth in a collaborative setting.

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Student Materials
Tech Support
Family Resources
Parent Workshops
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Troubleshooting a technology issue Check the Tech Support page for tips or submit a support ticket for help.
Questions about your child’s schedule or materials Contact your Teacher or Parent Liaison
Any other issue Email learningday@fullbloom.org

Family Resources

SDA Parents and Caregivers, join us as we kick off our 20-21 Parent Workshop Series. We will explore different topics that directly relate to and will help you navigate your child’s learning! Topics will include Google Classroom fluency along with other educational applications, supporting your child’s math and literacy instruction, parenting through adversity, plus many more. Check back soon for a Calendar of Events and registration links!

Recommendations for At-Home and Online Learning

Our Family Recommendations for At-Home and Online Learning During School Closures resource is full of useful information and insights, including how to establish an environment conducive to learning, a sample school-day schedule, links to instructional materials, and a library of online learning activities and websites that covers a wide range of fun and interesting topics and subjects for your student(s).

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Managing Trauma as a Family 

Witnessing a traumatic event that threatens the life or security of a loved one can be traumatic. Like natural disasters, pandemics can be a source of extreme stress and trauma for children and adults alike. In fact, it is likely that the stress adults feel as a result of this coronavirus crisis will be mirrored in their children. So, how do we begin to recognize trauma not only in ourselves, but also in our children and put in place practices and routines to overcome it? To answer this question, it is important to understand how stress and trauma show up across different age-groups. View our video to better understand how to overcome stress and trauma as a family.

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Dealing with Anxiety

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic may be stressful for everyone, including children. Fear and anxiety about a disease, especially one that is unknown, can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. How you cope with the stress and anxiety, however, can make you, your child, your family, and your community stronger. Consult our guide on how you can become aware of signs of anxiety as well as methods to support your child during this crisis.

1. Excessive worry or sadness

2. Excessive crying or irritation in younger children

3. Irritability and “acting out” behaviors in teens

4. Return to behaviors they have outgrown
(e.g., toileting accidents or bedwetting)

5. Lack of sleep / changes in sleep patterns

6. Changes in eating patterns
(e.g., undereating, overeating)

7. Difficulty focusing or concentrating on tasks

8. Poor school performance or avoiding schoolwork

9. Avoidance of activities enjoyed in the past

10. Unexplained headaches or body pain

11. Use of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs

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Coping and Managing Stress 

Children look to their parents for guidance, so modeling the right ways to cope with and manage stress is important. Part of that is understanding and implementing the best ways to deal with stress, as well as talking with kids about the wrong ways to deal with it, such as drug use and underage drinking. Our Coping and Managing Stress resource offers helpful advice and information, including the CDC’s recommendations and tips for coping with stress as well as how to set boundaries for your children.

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Digital Citizenship Parent Resources

Our digital citizenship parent resource page is full of useful information and insights, including the nine ways to be a good digital citizen, free lessons, ways to protect your kids online, and a look at the problems surrounding cyber-bullying. As a parent, it’s critical to know how to teach your child—and yourself—to be a good digital citizen. This page has all the answers you need.

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Registration questions? Please send an email to learningday@fullbloom.org

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