Students have access to the school psychologist or social worker during the school day. The purpose of all counseling at the school is to address behaviors that impact school performance. A student's teacher, support staff, advisor, or parent may refer students to the school social worker or psychologist. They interact with students to address a range of concerns that have the potential to negatively impact their academic performance.
Some of these concerns could include, but are not limited to:
*drug and alcohol issues
*stress and anxiety
The school psychologist and social worker are available to parents/guardians to help access resources, fill out applications, and find services or resources in their community.
Here are some links that families may find useful: