10. Offer Students an Open Discussion Time to Talk, Before and After Their First Week.
9. Be Available Virtually and In-Person After-School.
8. Support Parents in the Process.
7. Teach a Late “Back to School” Lesson to Help Students Prepare to Return to In-Person Learning.
6. Offer a “Virtual” Study Hall for Students to Meet Up to Help Each Other.
5. Write Thank You Notes to Teachers for Being Willing to Come to Teaching In-Person.
4. Send Out a Short Scripture Encouragement Each Morning of the First Week (to Two).
3. Have a Prayer Time of Students Who are Returning to In-Person Learning.
2. Offer Open and Honest Discussions Preparing Students How to Encourage Fellow Students and Teachers, Who May Contract COVID.
1. Be Prepared Should Schools Need to Shut Down Again With Virtual Meet Ups, Lunch Time Devotional Encouragements, and Even Online Group Counseling Sessions.