At Saint Ann’s, the social and emotional well-being of our students, faculty and staff is essential and a priority. During any period of hybrid or remote learning, the school psychologists and student support staff at Saint Ann’s will be available as usual to meet with students, parents, faculty and staff either on the phone or via Zoom or Google Meet for consultation regarding mental health concerns of any member of our community. To ensure that all of the adults in the school are able to identify social-emotional concerns when they arise in children, the school psychologists and student support staff will provide guidance and support to faculty and staff through workshops and readings. They will visit Health classes to talk directly to children in grades 6 through 12 about their emotional well-being. For children in preschool through 5th grade, school psychologists and student support staff will meet regularly with teachers and administrators to make sure that all students are supported. As always, any adult in our community can reach out to a school psychologist at any time to discuss their own emotional well being. Support and referrals will be provided as needed.