PODCAST: Back to school for the pandemic year
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students in Sammamish came back to school in September and faced a continuation of remote learning. The podcast team checks in with a high school senior, an orchestra teacher and a school counselor to see how each of them has adapted to this semi-permanent reality, as they continue to try their best to learn and grow during these challenging times.
If you are interested in learning about different online educational or mental health resources you can use at home, please see the resource list we have compiled below.
Khan Academy is a great educational website that contains hundreds of informational videos about subjects ranging from language and history to science, math, SAT and more.
King County Library System is now providing live online academic tutoring from 2 to 12pm every day of the week for K-12 and entry-level college students, as well as adult learners.
Teen link is a counseling organization staffed by older teenagers who are trained to listen to teens and refer them to get professional help if they need it. It is all virtual and communication occurs over text or chat.