Emotional and behavioral supports
Address academic achievement, personal/social development and career development of all students, not just those in need, by collaborating with students, parents, school staff and the community to ensure today's students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow. School counselors are available at district middle and high schools
Provide physical and mental health care, perform screenings and coordinate referrals to healthcare providers. They are qualified to administer psychotropic or psychiatric medications and provide mental health services. School nurses are often first identify the subtle signs that have been associated with emotional and behavioral concerns in children.
Support students through administering, interpreting and integrating psychological and educational assessments to determine needs related to learning. Provide mental health, counseling and crisis management services that address needs at school and home to help students succeed academically, emotionally and socially. Collaborate with all stakeholders.
School social worker
Provide evidence-based social-emotional-behavioral interventions and mental health services to students and consultation to staff and administration. Bridge connections between home, school, and community to support students' success at school. Support students and families experiencing homelessness and out-of-home placements.
School-based mental health therapist
Work with families by addressing emotional, behavioral or social issues that may be interfering in a student’s ability to be successful in school, at home or in the community. Therapists meet with families to assess an appropriate level of intervention. A diagnostic assessment or treatment plan may be completed.
ContactsAlly Pinkus6th Grade Counselorallyson.email@example.comKim Kesti7th Grade Counselorkimberly.firstname.lastname@example.orgTracey Landberg8th Grade Counselortracey.email@example.com