Election Stress Disorder is Real
The 2020 Election marked the highest voter turn out since 1900.
So far, over 146 Million of the American peoples' votes have been counted in this election.
The incredibly high voter turn out and the Coronavirus pandemic have created challenges in vote counting in many states. Though a winner had been declared, many are still winding down from the stressful election week we, as a nation, expereinced. We hope you can find inspiration and restoration in the messages from SHHS’s Resilience Daily and the plethora of resources we have provided below.
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I'm an educator. How do I talk to my students about the election?
I'm a caregiver. How do I talk to my children about the election?
I'm an administrator. How can I help support my school community around the election?
I want to participate in social action. What information is out there?
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