Covid-19 ECCS Student and Family Resources

Covid-19 Student and Family Resources
Posted on 04/03/2020
ECCS tableCovid-19 Student and Family Resources 

City Helplines / Líneas de ayuda

Allentown, PA

If you have other concerning COVID-19 or about LVHN services, please call 1-888-402-LVHN (5846) or visit

Lebanon, PA

Contact the Lebanon County branch of the Pennsylvania State Health Center for further instruction at 717-272-2044.

Philadelphia, PA

COVID-19 Text Alerts: Text COVIDPHL to 888-777 to receive updates to your phone.

Greater Philadelphia Coronavirus Helpline: Call the 24/7 helpline to speak with a healthcare professional. 1-800-722-7112

Resources for Immigrants / Recursos para inmigrantes 

Informed Immigrant Site / Sitio de Inmigrantes Informados

Philadelphia Office of Immigrant Affairs Site/ Sitio de la Oficina de Asuntos de Inmigrantes de Filadelfia

Multi-language Coronavirus Resources / Recursos de coronavirus en varios idiomas

Resource document from PICC / Documento de recursos de PICC

Flyer about Emergency Medical Services for Immigrants (English)

 Folleto sobre servicios médicos de emergencia (inglés)

Flyer about Emergency Medical Services (Spanish)/ 

Folleto sobre servicios médicos de emergencia (español)

Resource page from Juntos / Página de recursos de Juntos

Food-Meal Resources/ Recursos de comida

Beginning Monday, March 23, families can pick up meals at 80 locations listed below. Please note the new schedule and locations. 

Meals are available from 9 a.m. to noon only. All children and youth are eligible, and no ID is required. 


Address (Zip)

Baldi Middle School

8801 Verree Rd (19115)

Barry, John Elementary School

5900 Race St (19139)

Barton School

4600 Rosehill St (19120)

Bartram, John High School

2401 S 67th St (19142)

Bethune, Mary McLeod School

3301 Old York Rd (19140)

CAPA (Philadelphia H.S. for Creative and Performing Arts)

901 S Broad St (19147)

Clemente, Roberto Middle School

122 W Erie Ave (19140)

Comegys, Benjamin B. School

5100 Greenway Ave (19143)

Conwell, Russell Middle School

1849 E Clearfield St (19134)

Cooke, Jay Elementary School

1300 W Louden St (19141)

Cramp, William School

3449 N Mascher St (19140)

De Burgos, J. Elementary School

401 W Lehigh Ave (19133)

Decatur, Stephen School

3500 Academy Rd (19154)

Duckrey, Tanner School

1501 W Diamond St (19121)

Edison, Thomas A. High School

151 W Luzerne St (19140)

Fels, Samuel High School

5500 Langdon St (19124)

Finletter, Thomas K. School

6100 N Front St (19120)

Fitzpatrick, A. L. School

11061 Knights Rd (19154)

Frankford High School

5000 Oxford Ave (19124)

Franklin Learning Center

616 N 15th St (19130)

Franklin, Benjamin School

5737 Rising Sun Ave (19120)

Furness, Horace High School

1900 S 3rd St (19148)

Hackett, Horatio B. School

2161 E York St (19125)

Harding, Warren G. Middle School

2000 Wakeling St (19124)

Hunter, William H. School

2400 N Front St (19133)

Juniata Park Academy

801 E Hunting Park Ave (19124)

Kelly, John B. School

5116 Pulaski Ave (19144)

Kensington CAPA

1901 N Front St (19122)

King, Martin Luther High School

6100 Stenton Ave (19138)

Lawton, Henry W. School

6101 Jackson St (19135)

Lincoln, Abraham High School

3201 Ryan Ave (19136)

Loesche, William H. School

595 Tomlinson Rd (19116)

Marshall, Thurgood School

5120 N 6th St (19120)

Mayfair School

3001 Princeton Ave (19149)

Muñoz Marín, Hon Luis School

3300 N 3rd St (19140)

Northeast High School

1601 Cottman Ave (19111)

One Bright Ray Mansion

3133 Ridge Ave (19132)

Overbrook Educational Center

6722 Lansdowne Ave (19151)

Philadelphia Learning Academy‐South

4300 Westminster Ave (19104)

Rhodes Elementary School

2900 W Clearfield St (19132)

Roosevelt Elementary School

430 E Washington Ln (19144)

Roxborough High School

6498 Ridge Ave (19128)

Sayre, William L. High School

5800 Walnut St (19139)

South Philadelphia High School

2101 S Broad St (19148)

Wagner, Gen. Louis Middle School

1701 Chelten Ave (19126)

Washington, Grover Jr. Middle School

201 E Olney Ave (19120)

Webster, John H. School

3400 Frankford Ave (19134)

West Philadelphia High School

4901 Chestnut St (19139)

Ziegler, William H. School

5935 Saul St (19149)

Charter School locations open on varying days from 9 a.m. to noon. (contact schools or visit their websites for exact days)


Address (Zip)

Aspira Charter – Stetson

3200 B St (19134)

Aspira Olney Charter High

100 W Duncannon Ave (19120)

Lindley Academy Charter – Birney

900 Lindley Ave (19141)

Mariana Bracetti Academy

1840 Torresdale Ave (19124)

Mastery Charter – Cleveland

3701 N 19th St (19140)

Mastery Charter – Clymer

1201 W Rush St (19133)

Mastery Charter – Gratz High

1798 W Hunting Park Ave (19140)

Mastery Charter – Hardy Williams

5400 Warrington Ave (19143)

Mastery Charter – Harrity

5601 Christian St (19143)

Mastery Charter ‐ Lenfest Campus

35 S 4th St (19106)

Mastery Charter – Mann

5376 W Berks St (19131)

Mastery Charter – Pastorius

5650 Sprague St (19138)

Mastery Charter – Pickett

5700 Wayne Ave (19144)

Mastery Charter ‐ Shoemaker

5301 Media St (19131)

Mastery Charter – Smedley

1790 Bridge St (19124)

Mastery Charter ‐ Thomas Campus

927 Johnston St (19148)

Mastery Charter – Wister

67 E Bringhurst St (19144)

Mastery Prep Elementary Charter

1801 W Pike St (19140)

Philadelphia Montessori Charter

2227 Island Ave (19142)

Richard Allen Prep

2601 S 58th St (19143)

Universal Audenried Charter

3301 Tasker St (19145)

Universal Charter – Bluford

5720 Media St (19131)

Universal Charter – Daroff

5630 Vine St (19139)

Universal Creighton Charter

5401 Tabor Ave (19120)

Universal Vare Charter

2100 S 24th St (19145)

The Philadelphia Housing Authority has six community centers open for “grab-and-go” meals for breakfast and lunch from Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon beginning on March 23.

PHA Community Center

Address (Zip)

Abbottsford Homes

3226 McMichael Street (19129)

Bartram Village

5404 Gibson Drive (19143)

John F Street Center

1100 Poplar Street (19123)

Raymond Rosen Homes

2301 W. Edgley Street (19121)

Westpark Apartments

300 N. Busti Street (19104)

Wilson Park

2500 Jackson Street (19145)

To get updates from the City of Philadelphia about COVID-19, text COVIDPHL to 888-777.

Resources for Managing Stress

How to help children and teens manage their stress

Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19 | CDC

Emotional Recovery | Disaster Relief | Red Cross

Coping with Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks

How to Stay Connected to Loved Ones Despite Social Distancing

How to talk to your kids about COVID-19

PA Department of Health- Need help coping? Text PA to 741-741

National Alliance for Mental Health- Top NAMI HelpLine Resources

24-Hour Mental Health Delegate Line: 215-685-6440

Educational Resources/ Recursos educativos



Kids National Geographic

Highlights Kids


Khan Academy

PBS Kids 

Kids Discover 

Read Write Think 

Spanish Experiment


Wide Open School

Wide Open School

Virtual Trips/ Viajes Virtuales

Smithsonian Air and Space Museum 

Philadelphia Museum of the American Revolution

Museum of the American Revolution

Philadelphia Museum of Art 

Philadelphia Museum of Art 

Eastern State Penitentiary

The White House

Virtual tour of the White House

Internet Resources/ Recursos de Internet


Comcast Internet Essentials 

Websites For Children With Learning Disabilities/

Websites para niños con discapacidades de aprendizaje

IXL Worldwide

Aligned with Common Core Standards,  is a dynamic, immersive website offering adaptive learning for students with disabilities. From Pre-K through senior year, IXL will provide fun exercises for mathematics, language arts, science, and social studies. Children remain motivated by earning awards like stickers and balloon animals for each lesson mastered.


Featuring the kidSAFE Seal, is an educational website managed by Sandbox Networks since 1997 with exciting arcade games. Children with learning disabilities in grades K-8 can watch lesson videos and practice their skills in attention-grabbing games like Penguin Drop. Game directions are conveniently illustrated to assist struggling readers too.

AAA Math

Children diagnosed with dyscalculia will particularly benefit from, a website filled with free, easy-to-understand K-8 mathematics lessons. Interactive pages help remove frustration from tough concepts like division, ratios, e xponents, and graphing. 

Storyline Online

Published by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, is an excellent resource for children with learning disabilities like dyslexia. This website records free videos of narrators, and sometimes well-known actors like Eva Longoria, reading children’s books aloud. Students develop their literacy skills by following along with text as the literature comes alive.

Into the Book!

The Wisconsin Media Lab created the website to provide engaging reading comprehension activities in English and Spanish. Elementary children with learning disabilities will benefit from dissecting books, such as The Wolf Who Cried Boy and A Pirate’s Life. Short, 15-minute videos are included to teach important reading strategies like visualization and summarizing.

Starfall is a free educational website with an optional low-cost membership program that teaches phonics. Young children diagnosed with learning disabilities will load fun activity lessons from letter recognition to reading full-length books. Students can also download swinging sing-alongs, including “Wheels on the Bus,” for fine-motor coordination.

The Exploratorium

Children with learning disabilities and a knack for science will enjoy, a website that brings the San Francisco museum to your desktop. Youth can scroll through 55 pages of educational videos to illustrate key topics like climate change, electricity, and human anatomy. 


Attracting over 11 million views monthly, is an unparalleled special needs resource website. Learning disabled youth access thousands of free elementary-level worksheets for literacy, math, visual discrimination, behavior management, and more. There are also printable picture cards available to promote functional communication in children with Autism.

Reading Rockets

Featured on PBS, is a David M. Rubenstein Prize-winning website devoted to providing research-based activities that help struggling readers. There is an extensive library of lessons centered on fluency, oral language, phonemic awareness, reading comprehension, and other literacy skills. 


Trusted by over 150,000 teachers, was established by Stanford graduates for exercises that adapt to exceptional children’s needs. From first through eighth grade, students will discover hundreds of amusing reading and math activities illustrated by goofy monsters. Children will start with a quick pretest before engaging in video lessons and taking a confidence-boosting progress assessment.

Arcademic Skill Builders is an online educational video games hub. Free, multi-player games are available for engaging students in tricky K-6 content from spelling to algebra and geography. Children with learning disabilities can compete for top scores while boosting their fact fluency. 

Learning Ally is devoted to helping people with print disabilities, especially dyslexia. From kindergarten to college, learning disabled youth can access the website’s library of over 80,000 audiobooks with VOICEtext.