The 2020–2021 school year is one like no other. Whether schools reopen in person or online-only – or some hybrid of the two – school counselors will be required to constantly innovate to support student learning and social/emotional development; to focus more heavily on the critical issues of trauma and grief, anti-racism, anxiety and more; and to find and create new and innovative resources to assist students in career planning. On top of all of this, educators are challenged to consider self-care and manage their own social isolation, pandemic fears and difficult workloads. 
As you navigate this new territory, the following resources can help you adapt and refine your school counseling program to respond to the new landscape. 

Guidance for School Counselors
Guidance for School Counseling Faculty
Guidance for School Counseling Students