From hybrid learning to missed proms and graduation ceremonies. Here’s some advice for parents to help their teens through the pandemic.
COLORADO, USA — Parenting is filled with joys and heartache, and countless opportunities to grow.
As our children grow, we grow too. We revel in their successes and hurt when they hurt. This past year, no one could have prepared our kids for the challenges of the pandemic.
High school students spent months tabulating the cancellations. No homecoming, no pep rallies, no prom, no spring sports, no traditional graduation.
Even college testing changed.
As we slowly begin to return to some of the typical high school experience experts say it’s important to acknowledge what has been lost and what has been gained through this experience.
Brooke O’Drobinak and Beth…