Mental Health Needs:
School Counselors are trained to support the mental health needs of children. They can address student needs at school as well as connect families to local services, as needed. School Counselors are here to support students socially, emotionally, and academically. Email or call your school counselor to schedule an individul meeting or inquire about small groups.
Students on an IEP may also receive services from our School Social Worker
- Co-located mental health therapy is available through Arrowhead Psychological Clinic. Arrowhead Psych is seeing students via teleheath until in-person school returns. Contact a school counselor or administrator for a referral.
- List of outside agencies. (Please let us know if you know one we should add)
- Crisis Text Line
- Set an alarm and create a daily schedule for yourself.
- Take attendance every day through Infinite Campus
- Check your school Gmail account every day
- Always work from the weekly Module. Modules are posted on Thursdays and due the following Wednesday
- Attend your class Google Meet sessions as much as possible. This is a great place to ask questions and get help from your teachers.
- Work with a friend! Even if you are just connecting virtually, working with someone else helps you stay motivated.
- Go over assignments with a parent/guardian once per week. Be sure you know what you need to do and take responsiblity for it throughout the week.
Contact Your School Counselor:
Ashley Kedrowski -- email@example.com
(218) 336-8940 Ext. 2222
School Counselor - 7th grade, 6th grade Team 2
Sarah Seglem -- firstname.lastname@example.org
(218) 336-8940 Ext. 3327
School Counselor - 8th grade A-J, 6th grade Team 1 A-J
Lisa Wentworth -- email@example.com
(218) 336-8940 Ext. 2167
School Counselor - 8th grade K-Z, 6th grade Team 1 K-Z