Week 2 Sample Social Media Posts

Use these sample posts and images to help us promote and share resources about Tip #2 of the 
5 Tips for Educators throughout the second week of See Us, Support Us.

 

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Sample Tweets and Images

TIP #2 TWEETS

  • Week #2 of #SeeUsSupportUs and 5 Tips for Educators. Tip #2 is to be collaborative and reach out for support. Teachers are often overburdened with the unrealistic responsibility to meet the myriad of needs of all of their students. You can't do this alone. https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators
     

  • Tip #2 of 5 Tips for Educators supporting students with incarcerated parents is to be collaborative and reach out for support. Collaborating with others and engaging in self-care will benefit the child and increase the support you receive as their teacher: https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators
     

  • #SeeUsSupportUs Tip #2: be collaborative and reach out for support. Reminder: in building trust and partnership with the child and their family, follow confidentiality guidelines and get permission from the child to share any info with other school staff https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators

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(Pair the sample tweets in this section with the above image or any of the images on the General SUSU posts page)

RESOURCES ABOUT TIP #2 TWEETS

TAKE ACTION TWEETS

  • Take action to see and support children of incarcerated parents in schools. If you know a student has a parent who is incarcerated, reach out to the family or caregivers to find out what supports the child is receiving and what they may need. #SeeUsSupportUs 
     

  • Take action to see & support children with incarcerated parents in schools. Connect students with supportive resources, such as the school guidance counselor, nurse, mental health professionals, social workers, & peer support to increase the child’s holistic care. #SeeUsSupportUs

Sample Facebook/Instagram Posts and Images
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TIP #2 POST

  • It is Week #2 of #SeeUsSupportUs and we're highlighting Tip #2 of the 5 Tips for Educators supporting children with incarcerated parents. Tip #2 is to be collaborative and reach out for support. Teachers are often overburdened with the unrealistic responsibility to meet the myriad of needs of all of their students. You can't do this alone. Collaborating with others and engaging in self-care will benefit the child and increase the support you receive as their teacher

    More information and resources here: https://www.susu-osborne.org/5-tips-for-educators

    Reminder: in building trust and partnership with the child and their family, follow confidentiality guidelines and get permission from the child to share any info with other school staff. 

RESOURCES ABOUT TIP #2 POST

  • Educators working with students with incarcerated parents don't have to go it alone. Reach out for support by exploring local organizations or after-school programs for children with incarcerated parents: https://nrccfi.camden.rutgers.edu. 

    If one does not exist in your area, consider collaborating with other educators and school staff to start a support group in your school. 

TAKE ACTION POST

  • #SeeUsSupportUs Tip #2 for educators supporting children with incarcerated parents: Be collaborative and reach out for support.

    Take action by:
    –Connecting students with supportive resources, such as the school guidance counselor, nurse, mental health professionals, social workers, and peer support to increase the child’s holistic care. 
    –Reaching out to the family or caregivers to find out what supports the child is receiving and what they may need.  

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