COVID-19 Student & Family Resources
Safe Return To School Links
- Safe & Thoughtful Return To School
- Starting School Support Videos
- Distance Learning Plan
- Chromebook & Tech Support
- Health Mitigation Plan
- Daily Home Screening For Students
- CHS Families Pantry Pickup
- Art Comb’s Six Principles of Learning
- Tyler SIS Parent Portal
- Talking To Children About COVID-19
- Community Resources / COVID-19
- Frequently Asked Questions
We will remain a resource to our students and community. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting everyone in unfortunate and unpredictable ways. We will be keeping a running list here of essential resources that students and their families might need.
CHS Families Pantry Pickup & Go
We know that many of our families rely on school meals for their children. We will be offering Pickup & Go Pantry items to be picked up in the Compass High School front office throughout this pandemic. Please call to schedule a pantry pickup during normal business hours.
Items may include dry beans, rice, chips and other pantry items. Families do not need to register for meals and there will be no income requirements. Please observe social distancing guidelines while picking up items.
Community Food Bank
The Community Food Bank is committed to protecting the health and safety of our communities.
TEP Taking Steps to Support Public Health, Ensure Reliable Energy
Southwest Gas is starting a temporary moratorium on natural gas disconnections.
Cox Connect2Compete program.
Find Low-Cost Internet Service & Computers In Your Area
CDC tips to protect yourself, your peers and family:
- Wash your hands often. If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
- Avoid touching your face. Your eyes, nose and mouth are common entry points for germs.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Also, be more restrained in workplace physical interactions (e.g., consider skipping handshakes).
- Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. Use a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands).
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. At work, think about desks, computer mice and keyboards, thermoses, telephones and cell phones, and door handles.
Visit the CDC’s Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities webpage for comprehensive information.
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If you feel sick:
- Stay home. Except for seeking medical care, avoid contact with others and do not travel.
- If you have recently traveled to China or other affected areas and feel sick, call the Pima County Health Department 24/7 line at 520-724-7797.
Talking To Children About COVID-19
Below are resources to assist in talking with children about COVID-19:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention resources for talking to children about COVID-19,
- National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) parent resource for talking with children about COVID-19 that school leaders can share with staff and parents when needed
- National Child Traumatic Stress Network parent/caregiver guide to helping families cope with COVID-19
- World Health Organization’s helping children cope with stress
- Pima County Health Department (CoV)
- Arizona Department of Health Services: COVID-19 Testing Locations
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Community-Wide Resources
- 2-1-1 Arizona COVID-19 Hotline
- Arizona Department of Health Services
- World Health Organization
- The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America
- Pima County Health Department Facebook
- Pima County Health Department Twitter
If there are any resources missing from this list please let us know. Thank you.