The department of Student Services has been actively working to assure that all student’s psychological, social, mental and physical health needs are supported. Our school and district mental health professionals are continuing to check-in with students and provide group and individual counseling and supports in their remote learning environments. Additionally, our mental health collaborative partners and community agencies are providing ongoing counseling services and are accepting new referrals for mental health counseling as needed.
Our staff continue to reach out to families both remotely and face-to-face visiting homes to make certain that students have the necessary tools to successfully engage in their day. If students and families are experiencing difficulties or there are barriers, we are committed to connecting them with the appropriate school and community resources. We understand that this is a very challenging time for so many and, in an effort, to remain connected with our students and families we have a help line available for families to contact if there are concerns about their student’s social, emotional or behavioral health. WE are here for you. WE truly are all in this together.