Resources for Learning & Support

Mental Health Community Resources for Students and Families
If you have any questions or need any support getting connected to community resources, please contact Ms. Shiho Kelleher, School Psychologist, at [email protected].
I Matter: FREE resources for all Colorado youth in which they can access 3 free mental health sessions with a licensed behavioral health clinician, primarily online over telehealth.
Spark the Change: FREE resource that connects licensed, volunteer clinicians to students in need of mental health services that may be experiencing financial or other barriers to care. Qualified referees can get up to 10 sessions for free, as well as access to pertinent resources.
Child, Adolescent, and Young Adult Connections (CAYAC): A program that supports families with getting connected to mental health services in the community that meets their specific needs.
Crisis Resources:
If you are experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis:
•    Call the SummitStone Crisis Center, 24/7/365 at 970-494-4200.
•    Go to the Summitstone Crisis Center, 1217 Riverside Ave., Fort Collins (8 a.m.-midnight)
•    Call the Colorado Crisis Services line 24/7/365 at 1-844-493-8255 (or text “TALK” to 38255).
•    Call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
Academic Resources for Students and Families
English Math
Preschool-2nd Grade
Freckle (free subscription, please email your AXIS teacher)
3rd-5th Grade
All ages
Partner Language Math
Language and Literacy Resources in English and Partner Languages
*The Poudre Library Offers Digital Books and Audio Books for Free in All AXIS Languages
Language All Ages Upper Grade
English CMAS (Colorado Measures of Academic Success)
The University of Utah has put together this list of resources for Dual Language Immersion should you want more resources.
Other Resources
Virtual fields trips - A list of 28 free virtual field trips!
Remember, You Can Keep It Simple
Read to your children no matter their age. Keep reading aloud even when they can read well themselves. This builds new vocabulary and gives them other benefits. Here are some tips for what to do when you read aloud to younger children and older children. Here's another resource if you want even more information
We understand many of you do not speak the Partner Language your child is learning at AXIS. The priority is to keep the "listening" going while away, and here are some tips for that: replay the AXIS teacher-created Partner Language video lessons, listen to songs and audio books in the language, switch the DVD or Netflix video to the Partner Language, and other resources above.