• Healing and Resilience in the Days After


    The Office of CLRI has compiled a Healing & Resilience in the Days After packet of lessons and resources for educators to support educators in working with their scholars to mitigate the harmful effects of the racial trauma being experienced in the wake of the horrific tragedy experienced by our entire District Community on May 14, 2022. Teacher reflection resources for preparing to have these courageous and healing dialogues with our scholars who need this level of engagement and processing during this difficult time are also included.

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    Healing & Resilience in the Days After


    In the Family & Community Resource Guide, you will find a plethora of resources that can help to mitigate the racial trauma that has been imposed upon our district community. We encourage you to use these resources as a platform for processing and identifying emotions and fostering hope, healing, and resilience after the traumatic event that has occurred.


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    Each and every day after, we continue to honor the innocent lives lost on May 14th, 2022.

    Celestine Chaney, 65

    Roberta A. Drury, 32

    Andre Mackneil, 53

    Katherine Massey, 72

    Margus D. Morrison, 52

    Heyward Patterson, 67

    Aaron Salter Jr., 55

    Geraldine Talley, 62

    Ruth Whitfield, 86

    Pearl Young, 77