The August 19th, 2020 Parent Letter from Mr. Shanks can be found HERE. All future letters will also be available on the "Return to School Plan/Info" Page under the "Letters to Parents" section.

journalWelcome Back!! It is so great have you in the building.

With big changes comes big worries. To combat some of those worries I would like to extend my services to your family. I am available to talk about these modifications and can even meet with your child in person or via Zoom to talk over the new school year adjustments.  We are right here with you through all the ups ad downs this school year. You are not alone.

If your child has met with me in the past, expect a permission slip sent home the first week of school or during conferences. Please contact me if your child has not met with me but you feel they would benefit from my services. Email is best to start. 

If your family is struggling and you need extra support in anyway please reach out.  Listed below are some services available the the area. 

Sheena Possin, LSW



The followings resources are curated using information and links from a variety of local and national organizations. **This information is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition.**

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) free 24-hour help

National Suicide Crisis: 1-800-784-2433 (24 hour line)

South Central Mobile Crisis Line: 1-877-399-3040 (24 hour line)

24 hour Adult Mental Health Crisis Line: 1-800-233-9929

United Way First Call for Help: 1-800-543-7709

Crisis Textline

Suicide Prevention Life Line

South Central Crisis Center

How to deal with anxiety

Freeborn County Resource Directory Complete updated directory with links to agencies listed

South East Minnesota Community Action Council (SEMCAC) Housing, Energy, Emergency Assistance, Clinic and Headstart programs

Human Services of Freeborn County  MFIP (Medical, Food Support Assistance, Child & Family Services, Child Protection)