Virtual Days Information
Mrs. Schlecht's virtual office hours will be from 9-1 pm Tuesday through Thursday.

Grades K-2 will use Seesaw to access an activity each week. Their classroom teacher will upload this activity from me.

If you have questions, concerns or need support for your child or family please contact me by email: or by phone: 828-407-0293. I will respond as quickly as possible.

If your child or someone in your family is experiencing an emergency mental health crisis, please call 911 or Mobile Crisis at 1(888)573-1006 or Vaya Health's 24/7 Health Crisis Hotline at 1(800)849-6127.

Vaya Health’s 24/7 Access to Care Line remains available to western North Carolina residents experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis while the agency responds to the novel coronavirus. For specific physical health questions or concerns, please continue to call your primary healthcare provider or public health department. Anyone with a behavioral health crisis can call 1-800-849-6127, toll-free, day or night, for help from trained professionals. Call center staff are also available to provide information about local mental health, substance use and intellectual/developmental disability (IDD) services.

Helpmate's Hotline is available 24/7 for those in need of help with domestic violence issues at 828-254-0516.

If your student is currently seeing an RHA school based therapist, please check to see if they offer tele-therapy appointments or if you have the option to travel to some or all of your appointments or if they offer sessions by Skype or FaceTime or other types of communication.

Community Resources

Help Lines and Talking to Your Students/Children


Click here to visit the NC 2-1-1 online search tool. 

The online database is the same database used by the call specialists. However, our
call specialists are trained to search using specific keywords which may provide
additional resources. If you don't find what you need online, we strongly encourage you
to dial 2-1-1. Call specialists are available 24/7/365 to help.


Statewide network that unites health care and human services organizations with a
shared technology that enables a coordinated, community-oriented, person-centered
approach for delivering care in North Carolina. NCCARE360 helps providers
electronically connect those with identified needs to community resources and allow for
feedback and follow up. 

Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Guide - From the
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Social Story about COVID 19
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