Town Hall: Supporting SE and Mental Health

DCSD Town Hall: Supporting Mental Health and More
Posted on 05/05/2020
Community Town Hall:
Supporting Social-Emotional and Mental Health Needs, and Serving Students with Special Needs

During this unprecedented time of remote learning and remote working, some top priorities of the Douglas County School District are to ensure that we are supporting the social-emotional needs of students, families, and staff, and to provide services and outreach to our students with special needs.

Please join Douglas County School District (DCSD) Superintendent Thomas S. Tucker, Ph.D. and special guests Scott Cypers, Ph.D., Director of Stress and Anxiety programs at the Helen and Arthur E Johnson Depression Center, DCSD School Board Director Christina Ciancio-Schor, and DCSD Personalized Learning Officer Nancy Ingalls for a community town hall meeting that you can join from the comfort of your own home.

DCSD Community Town Hall
Date: Thursday, May 14, 2020
Time: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Location: Online/Webinar on our YouTube channel:

Please click here to RSVP.

If you have a question you would like to ask, please indicate that on your registration form. We will ensure that your most pressing (common) questions are answered during the town hall, based on the number of questions received. Other questions will be collected and responded via an FAQ document we will publish following the town hall event.

The town hall will be streamed live on the Douglas County School District YouTube Channel. If you are selected to ask a question live, you will be sent an invite for dialing into the meeting.

We look forward to coming together. Thank you for being part of our DCSD family.
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