Students can help schools face the challenge of COVID-19.
As educators and leaders navigate COVID-19 (coronavirus), SoundOut encourages schools to foster student/adult partnerships to address the challenges facing schools right now.
With that in mind, we call on classroom teachers, building leaders, district officials and others to engage the power of students to address the coronavirus.
- Partner: Partner with educators to make decisions affecting students
- Communicate: Make posters, videos and more to promote healthy actions
- Inform: Inform peers with positive action and messages through social media
- Build: Co-create webpages about COVID-19 for schools and districts
- Research: Students can research quality resources for schools to learn more
- Take Action: Have create learning projects focused on preparing for the spread of coronavirus.
- Share Examples: Share student-created projects including posters, videos, webpages and more that students create in partnership with teachers, school leaders and communities in addressing coronavirus.
- Keep Going: Keep students active creating empowering messages and helping educators and administrators prepare for COVID-19, and keep sharing.
Working with adults as partners, students can help schools overcome the challenge of COVID-19. Have students helped your school so far? Share your examples in the comment section below!
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