For many of our students, we are the most consistent part of their lives. For some, we provide stability and support. Though they often complain about coming to school or attending classes, they look forward to the predictability and comfort that doing so provides. A snow day here or there is one thing and so is summer vacation. This, however, is something completely different that none of us have ever experienced. This unplanned and indefinite time away from school is producing anxiety and uncertainty for us and our students. However, we are the ones they look to for guidance and we must rely on each other to remain positive and optimistic. Most of all, we must continue to keep the philosophy behind our practices everpresent as we start or continue to transition the look or location of our learning environments. This is a time to be acutely aware of how we communicate our commitment to the tenets of mindset, mindfulness, reflection, and self-regulation.