The Angst: Building Resilience program is a film-based mental health support program endorsed by educators, psychiatrists, and mental health advocates. The film includes interviews with kids, teens, educators, experts, and parents. The film and corresponding materials provide tools, resources, and above all, hope.
The Angst: Building Resilience program:
- Directly addresses anxiety, its causes, and solutions
- Helps develop long-term resilience, strength, and emotional well-being
- Provides strategies and techniques to help deal with mental health challenges
The Angst: Building Resilience program is available to all California public and charter, middle and high schools throughout the 2021-2022 academic year, ending in June 2022.
The Tuolumne County Superintendent of Schools Office will be hosting a community discussion panel and Q & A via zoom following the March viewing access dates. March family access dates are on the 2nd and 23rd. The discussion panel will be held on March 24, 2022, from 5 pm-6 pm, parents/guardians and students welcome!
Register HERE to view the film. The March 24, 2022 community discussion panel link will be available the week prior.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! We invite students, educators, and families to take this opportunity to increase their awareness and understanding of mental health and its impact on overall health and wellness
“Shayla’s cheerfulness, encouragement, and optimism are contagious and help create and maintain a positive classroom environment. She is respectful toward the teachers and her peers.” said teacher Steven Piech. “Shayla is very outgoing and a pleasure to have at school. She works diligently on her school assignments, always putting forth her best effort”.
TCSOS and the County Board of Education host event to honor outstanding educators in Tuolumne County
The Annual Report provides information about TCSOS and county school districts, highlighting the achievements of students and programs