Hello JHCP Parents!
Below you will find the COVID-19 Emergency Resource Guide 2020 that was shared with us by the Brighton park Neighborhood Council ( BPNC) and other resource guides. We will continue to update this page as we receive new resources.
- Calm Classroom Resource: The Calm Classroom mission is to empower children and adults alike with mindfulness-based techniques that support mental and emotional well-being. We recognize that there are events unfolding across the globe right now that we don’t quite have control over. What we can control, or at least try to, is our individual and collective response. Though we may feel isolated, we can also feel united through caring for ourselves. Click on the link below to view the Free Calm Classroom E-Book, which includes mindfulness activities in both English and Spanish.
During the district’s scheduled spring break, which begins Monday, April 6, families may pick up grab-and-go meals at 136 school sites across the city from Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. A detailed list of spring break meal sites is available here. Beginning the following week (Monday, April 13), the district will launch a consolidated meal plan under which 276 schools that were most frequented by families will continue to provide free meals, and schools that were less utilized by families will no longer serve as distribution sites.
- Durante las vacaciones de primavera, que comienzan el lunes 6 de abril, las familias podrán recoger las comidas en 136 escuelas en toda la ciudad, de lunes a jueves de 9 a.m a 1 p.m. Para informarse de los sitios donde puede acudir durante las vacaciones de primavera, vea esta lista detallada aquí. A partir de la próxima semana (lunes 13 de abril), el distrito lanzará un plan de comidas consolidado en el que 276 escuelas más visitadas continuarán proporcionando comidas gratuitas; y las escuelas menos visitadas ya no servirán como sitios de distribución.