School Resources and Updates during COVID-19

Health Screening

As part of Thurgood Marshall Academy’s efforts to keep all employees, families, and visitors safe, we ask that you please complete this health screening questionnaire prior to entering the premises.

Click here to complete the health screening

 

Warrior Weekly

Check out the latest Warrior Weekly!

 

Community Service

Click here for a list of virtual community service opportunities!

 

Frequently Asked Questions 

 

What changes has TMA made to the building in response to the pandemic?

The brief video linked here illustrates safety improvements TMA made to its state-of-the-art facility to protect occupants’ health during the pandemic.

 

What if we do not have internet access? How will my child receive lessons through the online platform? 

Please let us know if you have technology needs. Our team is working to ensure students have access to electronic devices or reliable internet access. For questions and technical issues, please email Ms. Moore at  nmoore@tmapchs.org or call (202) 563-6862 x181.

Mental and Emotional Support:

The Warmline
The warmline is the Department of Health’s number for schools who have school based DBH clinician(s).  Mental health professionals at the DC Department of Mental Health Warm helpline 1-800-961-8528 – are available to speak with students to:
  • Get help with problem solving
  • Discuss concerns
  • Determine if additional mental health or other types of services are needed
  • Request printed materials about preparing for emergencies and how to handle one’s emotions related to COVID-19.

If you are thinking of harming yourself, please call

  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK
  • Crisis Text Line: Text START to 741-741

Mental Health Crisis concerns/Concerns to self or others, call

  • Access HelpLine: 1-888-7WE-HELP or 1-888-973-4357

Homelessness or Transition Living: Email Ms. Hayden at yhayden@tmapchs.org

Resources to assist with anxiety or behavior challenges at home

Talking with Children about Coronavirus

DC’s Department of Health

Center for Disease Control