#BeWellCCESC Newsletter

June 5, 2020

TUNE IN TO YOUR WELL-BEING

This week has unleashed a sea of emotions for many people as we witnessed racial injustice, peaceful protests and riots throughout our country. During such times, it's important to stay in tune with our well-being. For some, it may be helpful to set limits for scrolling social media and watching the news. For others, it may be having an honest conversation with a friend or colleague. If you're searching for the right words, consider checking out these self-guided learning resources provided by Teaching Tolerance. #BeWellCCESC

GOOD NEWS WORTH SHARING

DISCLAIMER

Please exercise caution when accessing free resources online. Legitimate sites will not ask for personal information or to download any software.

REMOTE LEARNING RESOURCES

Below are a few resources to help you with remote learning. We're gathering many more in a shared folder. Click here to access the folder.


JERSEY FRESH

Below is a list of local farms, markets and online stores for no-contact purchasing of local Jersey produce.

COVID-19 GENERAL QUESTIONS

The NJ Poison Control Center and 211 have partnered with the State to provide information to the public on COVID-19:


  • Call (24/7): 1-800-962-1253
  • Text: NJCOVID to 898-211
  • Visit nj.gov/health for additional information

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

Have a positive story, helpful tip, strategy or thought to share in the next #BeWellCCESC enewsletter? Please email Lori Perlow at LPerlow@camdenesc.org. Maximum length for "We are CCESC" section is 75 words. Photos welcome.

This e-newsletter is joyfully prepared by the CCESC Wellness Committee for our colleagues.


#BeWellCCESC Committee

Kris Farnoly, Marc Mucci, Lori Perlow, Elizabeth Racobaldo, Kathleen Richter, Patricia Russo ​