Comprehensive Distance Learning, The Girl with the Parrot on Her Head, where to get a COVID-19 test (7/30)

Counselor Corner  /  News & Events Ms. Snyder holds up the book, The Girl with the Parrot on Her Head. Both the girl in the illustration on the book and Ms. Snyder have a parrot on her head.

Hello, lions! If you haven’t already heard, we will be starting the school year with Comprehensive Distance Learning. You can learn more about the district plan here. While I am sorry not to be able to see (and meet) you like I have been waiting to do all summer, I trust that it will help keep you and your family safe. Meanwhile, remember the three Ws!

Here are some places you can get a free mask.

I don’t know about you, but there have been a lot of changes in the last few weeks that I haven’t liked much. It can be hard to adjust to a new reality. Today’s story, The Girl with the Parrot on Her Head, is by Daisy Hirst. It tells the story of a girl who struggles to adjust when her friend and neighbor moves away. Have you ever had that happen? What helped you? I have been using my Breathing and Empathy tools a lot this week.

Ms. Snyder reads The Girl with the Parrot on Her Head by Daisy Hirst ❤️🦜❤️

Looking for a place to get tested for COVID-19?

Multnomah County has also built websites in many languages: