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Ending the School Year and Coping with School Shootings

Ending the School Year and Coping with School Shootings

2022 has been a difficult year for many families, people are still learning how to adjust to life during a pandemic; in addition, there are people who are struggling with their mental health. Unfortunately, the news has been devastating, there have been over 100 mass shootings, but the shootings at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX have devastated communities worldwide, so today we are discussing ending the school year and coping with school shootings on the Cleverly Changing Podcast.

Are you trying to find a way to homeschool your children? Then listen up and visit our show notes page to connect with today’s podcast cast. We will give you a taste of what homeschooling entails. 
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Which continent has the youngest population in the world?
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African Proverb

A family tie is like a tree, it can bend but it cannot break. ~ African proverb

Word of the Episode

Duro means wait in Yoruba. 

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Ending the School Year and Coping with School Shootings on the Cleverly Changing Podcast, which is an educational podcast for diverse familiies

Grown Folks Section: Ending the School Year and Coping with School Shootings

If you’ve been following the podcast then you know that both Elle and Miriam put some of their children into the traditional school system after much thought and conversation. Here’s what you can expect to hear in this episode.

  • Elle shares how she and her girls have handled the school year. It’s great news that is sure to reassure you if or when you decide to enroll your kiddos in traditional school.
  • Miriam shares how her eldest daughter’s transition has been as she finishes the homestretch of middle school.
  • At the time of this recording there has been a lot of turmoil regarding keeping children safe in schools. The hosts talk about the fears that come with sending your children into a school building or any another type of learning center.
  • Mental health and the importance of being compassionate, aware and supportive.

Mental Health Resources:

Follow the Cleverly Changing Podcast on Instagram, Elle at CleverlyChanging, and Miriam at Aamiriam.

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