ABOUT STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
Students and families can find age-appropriate support and resources for family changes, chemical dependency, eating disorders, mental health, and social/emotional concerns, along with college and career readiness.
Our District employs counselors, psychologists, school resource officers, social workers, and other professionals to provide appropriate services to meet the needs of individual students and families.
We invite you to contact our Student Support Services staff using our Staff Directory.
District counselors have compiled a variety of student support resources for use at home. Please visit our Virtual Resources page to explore topics that provide mental health support, calming strategies, and resources for play.
Distance Learning Support
For At-Home-Support, visit our Mental Health Virtual Resources page. It contains a wide variety of activities, supports and experiences for students and families.
Contact information for our building counselors, social workers, and other mental health professionals can be found on this page.
Additional resources for mental health support:
- National PTA - resources for families concerned about remote learning and stress and anxiety related to COVID-19
- National Association of School Psychologists – Helping Children Cope With Changes Resulting From COVID-19
- New York Times Article – How to talk to kids about Coronavirus
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention - Talking with children about Coronavirus Disease 2019
- Parents of children with mental health issues can reference this list of county-specific children’s crisis mental health hotlines.
- Student Support Services (under Health Services).