Section 4: Social and Emotional Support This section provides recommendations on the essential actions necessary to ensure that students, staff, and families have the supports needed to return. Key focus areas include (a) mental health services, (b) social and emotional needs, (c) student attendance, (d) self-care, (e) family support, (f) community and agency support, (g) crisis response teams, (h) student support teams, and (i) college and career readiness.
NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT: In accordance with state and federal laws, and the policies of the Board of Education, QACPS does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, age, religion, disability, genetics, ancestry/national origin, marital status, sex or sexual orientation in matters affecting employment or in providing educational programs and service, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. QACPS operates equal opportunity and affirmative action programs for students and staff. The Board of Education of Queen Anne’s County Public Schools is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Employee inquiries or complaints regarding discrimination or Title IX issues such as gender equity and sexual harassment should be directed to the Director of Human Resources at 410-758-2403 ext. 176. Student or parent inquiries or complaints regarding discrimination or Title IX issues such as gender equity and sexual harassment should be directed to the Director of Student Services at 410-758-2403 ext. 154. Inquiries regarding ADA and Section 504 should be directed to the Supervisor of Special Education at 410-758-2403 ext. 131. Inquiries regarding Title II should be directed to the Director of Human Resources at 410-758-2403 ext. 176. Inquiries may also be addressed in writing to the appropriate office at Queen Anne’s County Public Schools, 202 Chesterfield Ave, Centreville, Maryland 21617.