C&C Community Resources

City and Country School is committed to supporting our community during this time. We have compiled this list of resources that may be helpful to you and those you know—please feel free to share. Stay safe and stay well! 

The C&C Community Bridge Fund: Help and receive support from our community.
C&C has created the Community Bridge Fund to support current families, faculty, and staff impacted by COVID-19. The majority of this fund will be used to support unexpected financial aid needed in the remaining months of this year and next year in order to keep our community whole. Limited funds will also be available to address critical financial hardship. Current parents, faculty, or staff members in need of assistance can reach out in confidence to Director of Community Life, Equity, and Inclusion Millie Cartagena (milliec@cityandcountry.orgor Director of Finance and Operations Mindy Schefen (mindys@cityandcountry.org). Families at all Group levels, from the IIs-XIIIs, whether or not already receiving Financial Aid, may apply for Community Bridge Fund tuition grants using the editable PDF application here.

Health and Wellness
The most reliable sources for COVID-19 information remain the CDC, World Health Organization (WHO), NYSDOH, and New York City Department of Health. Their websites are updated very frequently as experts learn more about the COVID-19 and its progression, and these agencies offer many additional resources for preparing your family or business for unplanned incidents and emergencies.
Resources for Communicating with Children
Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus) A Parent Resource (from the National Association of School Psychologists)
Tips for Families (from Zero to Three)
NPR’s “comic” addressing common questions children might have about COVID-19
How to have a panic-free conversation with your kids about the coronavirus (from The Week)
5 Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety About the Coronavirus (from The New York Times
Speaking Up Against Racism Around the New Coronavirus from Teaching Tolerance, part of #UsvsHate Challenge

Food Resources

Free Internet Access for Families with K–12 Students
Resources and Activities to Keep Children and Families Learning and Engaged

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