Support Resources

We are continuously attempting to communicate to our parents and families to support them during COVIC19. Please use the following resources. 

 

Website/Newsletter

Check out www.pcsb.org/parentacademy and find recording links to past Parent Academy Power Hour sessions on such important topics as Building Resilience in Challenging Times, Oops! My Child is Off Task: Self-Discipline Strategies, Eagle Eye: Online Safety and much more.  These webinar recordings can all be viewed at your convenience. Information on upcoming sessions as they are planned may also be found on this same page.

Also, www.pcsb.org/athomeresources has valuable resources and fun, supportive activities for families on the topics below.  Check back regularly as new resources are added every week!    

 

School Messenger

Did you know there are two pages on our PCS website with valuable resources for families?  Check out pcsb.org/parentacademy and find recording links to past Parent Academy Power Hour sessions on such important topics as Building Resilience in Challenging Times, Oops! My Child is Off Task: Self-Discipline Strategies, Online Safety and much more.  These webinar recordings can all be viewed at your convenience. Information on upcoming sessions as they are planned can also be found on this same page.

Also, pcsb.org/athomeresources has valuable resources and fun, supportive activities for families on a variety of topics- Screen Free Activities, Family Wellness, Get Moving, Teen Hub and more.  Check back regularly as new resources are added every week!    

 

School Facebook/Social Media

Visit the new PCS Learning at Home Family Resource page for links to valuable resources and fun, supportive activities to keep you connected and resilient.  Check back regularly- new information is added every week!   www.pcsb.org/athomeresources

 

For families that have been affected financially by COVID19 and currently are under the 200% poverty guidelines.  Here is a link for more information about the funds availablehttps://211tampabay.org/covid19/