by Kim Rawlings, Director of Training Even though many of us are still working from home, it may not be long before you find yourself back in the office with coworkers — and LOTS of different personalities! A personality test is a tool that can provide a better understanding of ourselves. This understanding leads to […]Read More.
by Margaret Nimmo Holland As an organization, we have compiled a list of opportunities to learn more about why we commemorate Juneteenth, what it means, and how we can all get involved. Our staff has been given the day off to reflect as they see fit. We hope these resources might be useful to you […]Read More.
By Ray Ratke During the last few weeks, all of us at Lutheran Family Services of Virginia have grappled with the horror of continued police murders of Black Americans and have witnessed demonstrations against racism around the world, including many places in Virginia. We are committed to being an anti-racist organization. As part of that […]Read More.
Our teachers, staff, and students joined others across the state in lamenting the end of a regular school year, cut short in March. But our educators and administrators rose to the challenge by formulating a substantive plan to continue learning and behavioral support … remotely. After coordinating with over 30 school districts, updating individualized educational […]Read More.