At this time, all CSE/CPSE meetings are cancelled and will be reschedule upon our return.
The following links are designed to provide resources that address the needs of some of our students who receive related services. We know this is just a short list, but hope that is ensures continuity and helps students make progress towards their individual goals.
Please call (607) 687-7307 ext. 7777 if there are specific questions or areas of need, and we will help connect you to the appropriate district personnel.
During the time that Owego Apalachin Central School District is closed, students who typically receive mental health services in school may be limited in their access to the professionals who provide these services. Therefore, district mental health staff would like to make families aware of the following supports and programs, as well as community-based mental health resources: Be mindful that children and teens will take their lead from you on how worried they should be. Modeling calm and good practices can go a long way in ensuring children feel safe. For younger children who may not be able to critically analyze the information presented, it is important to monitor how much they are overhearing (including news reports). Maintaining an open dialogue on things going on in the world and in their life is a good practice for all ages. Periodic check-ins with your children on how they are feeling and coping is important- don't assume they will always know how to come to you to discuss concerns or fears. If you need to be put in contact with your child’s school counselor (Grades 6 – 12) or school psychologist (Grades K – 12) please call the district’s hotline number (607) 687-7307 ext. 7777 to leave a message for the district mental health staff member you wish to contact. Your message will be forwarded to the appropriate district mental health staff member, who will be in contact with you after receiving your message.
Social And Emotional Downloads
Tioga County Mental Hygiene: 607-687-0200