If you need assistance immediately, the following are a few important community resources. We are in the process of compiling additional resources and will share them as we all work to support each other in these unprecedented times.

ISD Digital Resources for Students

https://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/district/departments/Technology/secondary-digital-tools

 

Guidelines for gatherings of children and youth while schools are closed:

Can teens spend time together?

Social interaction is important to the mental health of young people. Teens that are symptom-free and without underlying health conditions can get together with small groups of friends at a time (again, the lower the number, the lower the risk). Low-contact, outdoor activities, like hiking and bike riding, are great ways for teens to socialize. Teens should avoid spending time in groups larger than 10 and crowded places, like parties, retail spaces, and movie theaters.

First, a general rule of thumb:

 

https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/health/communicable-diseases/disease-control/novel-coronavirus/schools/closures.aspx