Bullying Prevention Resources
CSCSHC strives to work closely with students and families to help our young people when they feel bullied, intimidated, or inadequate.
Please see this list of resources for how to talk to your students about bullying or being a victim of bullying:
Tobacco, Vaping, and Drug Prevention and Cessation
Helping Students Cope with Grief
If your child is dealing with the loss of a loved one and needs additional support during school, please let his/her school staff know. In addition to your child's teacher and principal, assistance is available through the Guidance Department (grades 7-12), and through our Social Workers in the elementary grades.
Finding what is age-appropriate can be difficult when discussing death, loss, and grief. Not only are adults unsure what words to use, children of different ages will express their loss differently. The following articles may be of assistance:
What Can My Child Understand?
Common Misunderstands Made About Grieving Children
Talking to Children About Death
From 0 to 18: Talking About Death with Your Young Person
Children and Grief
Other Coping Resources:
Teaching students to be good digital citizens is an important part of the CSCSHC curriculum. Students should leave CSCSHC with the ability to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions in the digital world. We implement resources from Common Sense Media into our curriculum to engage our students in discussions and activities that will empower them to make good decisions when using technology.
Click here for Digital Citizenship resources from the Indiana Department of Education.
Other Digital Citizenship resources:
Teen Driving Safety Resources
According to the National Safety Council, nearly half of all teenagers nationwide will be involved in an accident before graduating high school. Here are some resources to help you make sure your student drives safety and defensively.
Health and Wellness
Healthy eating and lifestyles are important to a young person's body. Here are some resources for parents with health information for teenagers and adolescents:
- Navigating the Course - Indiana's Special Ed Rules
- As the Family-to-Family Health Information Center for the state, Family Voices Indiana’s primary purpose is to assist families raising children with special health care needs, parent-to-parent. Their experienced staff of family leaders listen and answer families’ questions about the complex system they must navigate to ensure their children get the care and services they need.
These are a few examples of ways FV Indiana can help:
- Answering questions about a new diagnosis
- Assisting in navigating health insurance options
- Connecting to local resources and support
- Offering all services to families for free!
If you or the families you serve would benefit from to talking to an FV Indiana Health Information Specialist, please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 844-F2F-INFO.