Educate Tomorrow's COVID-19 Updates

To our Educate Tomorrow family,

As we navigate these challenging times, our community is at the heart of who we are. We are sincerely grateful for the support of people like you and for our ability to connect and serve. 

In coordination with our partners, we have made the decision to continue to connect and serve in new and innovative ways. As you may know, Educate Tomorrow students often meet us in crisis, and, more than anyone, these resilient, courageous, dauntless young people know how to persevere when a challenge arises.

So we rise to the occasion and will continue to do the work we are dedicated to do -- connecting with our students virtually through the Educate Tomorrow app, and meeting them where they are, through phone calls and video meetings. We are also sharing information on our website, which we will continue to update as the situation unfolds.

We're living in extraordinary times, and we're learning more about COVID-19 every day. We feel it's important for our team and students to be able to stay home and support their families, friends and loved ones. So we made the decision to have our staff work remotely until conditions improve. 

Taking care of our students and families is incredibly important to us, and we take our responsibility to our supporters seriously. We understand the benefit of health and mental well-being for all of us, now more than ever.

We will continue to monitor the situation and follow the recommendations of government authorities. The COVID-19 health crisis is presenting challenges that are unprecedented in our lifetime. Thank you for your belief in us. Please continue to take care of yourself and your family, and we truly believe we will come out of this stronger than ever, together.

With heartfelt gratitude,
Brett McNaught
CEO
 

Update:

EDUCATE TOMORROW RESOURCES:

To connect with students:
  • Caribu (Read Along Video Conferencing App.)
  • SeeSaw (Portfolio Management & Skill Development App.)
  • Educate Tomorrow (Enrichment & Life Skill Management App.)
  • Video Conferencing with Zoom, FaceTime, WhatsApp
  • Small-Group Meet Ups
To support students with food insecurity:
  • Food baskets
  • Publix gift cards, starting early next week
  • KEEP IN MIND: This may last for months, so we do need to be mindful of allocating our resources for a few months and prioritize those students who are in need and have no other resources they can access.


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