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Families Connected Youth Wellness Corner

  1. To help foster resilience in our youth, visit the K-5 SEW<https://www.southbayfamiliesconnected.org/elementary> webpage and access helpful resources from CASEL, Challenge Success, and many others. Don’t miss the curated gallery of helpful parenting articles.
  2. Read two new SBFC Parent Blogs that focus on issues that might seem a long way off, but that are important to have in mind now:
    1. Five Things I Wish I’d Known as a Middle School Parent<https://www.southbayfamiliesconnected.org/blog/2019/4/19/5-things-id-wish-id-known-as-a-middle-school-parent-by-stephanie-j-smith>, from a South Bay parent who has been there.
    2. The College Admissions Process: a Mindful Approach to Parenting<https://www.southbayfamiliesconnected.org/blog/2019/4/8/the-college-admissions-and-selection-process-a-mindful-approach-to-parenting>, by Kim Digilio
  3. Read this month’s Families Connected Parent e-newsletter<https://mailchi.mp/lsmcommunications/march2019-1921025>
  4. For resources on a variety of parenting topics, visit our own MBUSD Families Connected youth wellness pages for MCHS families<http://www.mchsfamiliesconnected.org/> and for our elementary school and <http://www.mbmsfamiliesconnected.org/> MBMS families<http://www.mbmsfamiliesconnected.org/>.