Resources during the Coronavirus/COVID-19 School Closure

Facts about Cornonavirus/COVID-19 and dealing with the anxiety of the unknown

Helping Kids learn and talk about Coronavirus with Counselor Keri

Resources for Middle and High School

Students can prepare or explore life after high school.  Students can complete interest inventories, explore different career options, make a resume, and explore different colleges and universities.

Montana Career Information System

Frenchtown sign-on information:

For High School Students

Username:  frenchtownhs   password: plan7ing

For Middle School Students-

Username: frenchtownms  password: plan7ing

ACT Prep

Visit a College Campus- Virtually

Virtual Campus Tours

Online Tutoring Options Are Available

Good Housekeeping has reviewed several online tutoring sites in this article:

Khan Academy

Resources for Elementary and Intermediate Students

A fun website to watch videos where kids teach other kids life skills. 


Kids books that teach about stress and worry:

  • “Wilma Jean the Worry Machine” by Julia Cook 

  • “Don’t Feed the Worry Bug” by Andi Green

  • “The Invisible String” by Patrice Kirst

  • “Most People” by Michael Leannah

  • “Love the World” by Todd Parr

Free Story Time Online: Listen to stories read by authors, actors, artists, etc.:

Counselor Keri Handout on Coronavirus