Since students have returned to school amid COVID-19, Frenship nurses are facing the profound challenge of ensuring both student’s and staff’s health. Over the first six-weeks, many nurses have found creative ways to keep their offices safe.
Mallory Thomas teaches American Sign Language at Frenship High School. Thomas is broadening student’s skills, not just by helping them learn American Sign Language (ASL), but also by helping them apply those ASL skills in their everyday lives.
Counselors and teachers across Frenship connect and engage with students every school year, but due to COVID-19 they are having to become an even more creative resource for students, parents, and staff.