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In-person school closures, distance learning, and social distancing measures are affecting young people in a variety of ways. For many, it has reduced access to student clubs that usually provide community, joy, and a space to be themselves.
Adolescent Health Working Group encourages student clubs and groups to meet regularly, virtually. Isolation over a long period of time can harm a young person’s mental health. Creating a community is important for students’ mental health and will help them be more engaged with school and their peers.
To support these efforts, we created a series of images that shared tips on hosting virtual student club meetings. This resource is a follow-up with tips on continuing to engage the young people in your student groups.
The resource includes tips on building community, sending updates, organizing events, encouraging casual conversations, and additional resources.
Please feel free to use the .jpg images on social media to share with young people and educators who organize student clubs and groups.
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