As schools plan for fall 2021, this is our chance to re-examine school through a trauma-sensitive lens with a focus on creating a safe, supportive, equitable, and engaging learning environment. A trauma-sensitive school is one in which all students feel safe, welcomed, and supported (Cole, Eisner, Gregory, & Ristuccia, 2013). In a trauma-sensitive school, all aspects of the educational environment center on universal support and care for all students. So how can educators incorporate trauma sensitivity into their practice—whether remote or in person? In this article, Dr. Mara Shanfield shares how to use Dr. Bruce Perry’s 3 R’s: regulate, relate, and reason to support local educators. This article originally developed during July 2020 continues to apply as schools plan to return to school in fall 2021.