mental health series

Tecumseh Public Schools is happy to announce the launch of an innovative service that provides invaluable mental health resources to the parents of TPS students, completely free of charge. 

Acknowledging the challenges parents face in accessing mental health support, the district has joined forces with the esteemed Cook Center for Human Connection to present an array of resources under the banner of the initiative. is a groundbreaking online platform that empowers parents to navigate the complexities of their children’s mental health journey. Boasting an impressive collection of over 50 e-courses led by licensed therapists, the website equips parents with the tools and knowledge necessary to effectively address their child’s developmental and emotional needs.

A standout feature of is the Ask-a-Therapist section, an interactive space where parents can submit queries and access expert responses. With an extensive library of frequently asked questions, this section covers various topics, including anxiety, suicide ideation, bullying, self-harm, and more. This readily accessible resource promises to be an invaluable companion for parents seeking informed guidance on pressing concerns.

As part of its commitment to fostering mental health awareness, Tecumseh Public Schools is proud to present the Mental Health Series – a collection of ten one-hour webinars designed to empower parents further. These insightful webinars delve into critical subjects such as anxiety, the impact of screen time on a child’s mental health, and suicide prevention. The first event, “Supporting Your Child’s Mental Health,” is scheduled for Tuesday, September 5th, from 7 pm to 8 pm.

To enhance accessibility, interested participants can pre-register for these webinars, ensuring timely reminders are delivered to their email inboxes before each event. This user-friendly approach reflects the district’s unwavering commitment to supporting parents in fostering their children’s mental well-being. 

“We believe that by empowering parents with comprehensive resources, we can create a more informed and compassionate community that is better equipped to address the mental health needs of our students,” said Meghan Way, TPS director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment.

Tecumseh Public Schools invites parents to seize this unparalleled opportunity to engage with a wealth of resources that promise to impact their child’s mental health and overall well-being positively. 

For any inquiries, please feel free to contact Meghan Way at

Mental Health Series