Counseling News & Resources
From SDUHSD - We want to share Rady Children’s Hospital is hosting presentations on topics of interest to parents. Click the links below to watch each presentation.
2019-2020 HS Info 8th Grade: Presentation
- CA Career Zone 7th grade: Presentation
- Level Changes: SDUHSD course add/drop guidelines (four-weeks at the beginning of each semester to address level changes in English and math). Level changes are dependent on class space/seat availability.
- Grades: Parents are encouraged to visit teacher websites and Aeries regularly with their student to monitor progress and to provide encouragement and support.
- Academic support: If your student is regularly accessing supports on campus and is still struggling, please contact Laura Martin or Duncan Brown, counselors.
- Student involvement: A great way for your student to be connected on campus and meet other students with common interests is to attend any of our student-led clubs on campus.
- Student support: Contact counselors Laura Martin or Rebecca Vincent, if you have concerns about your child's transition to and/or experience in middle school. We have supports in place for academic help, and can help address personal/social/emotional concerns.
- Grief group: SDUHSD has partnered with Elizabeth Hospice in providing grief counseling services for students who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Contact one of our counselors for more information.
SDUHSD is pleased to announce a free and confidential resource for families seeking mental health or substance abuse support. Please read more about Care Solace's services and contact information here. For more information about the SDUHSD social-emotional support please visit the SDUHSD web site.SDUHSD's College and Career Scope and Sequence: College/Career Scope and Sequence.
- Social-Emotional Support:
- Suicide Protocol: SDUHSD Suicide Information and Referral Procedure for All School Staff.
- Parent Resources:
- Talking to kids when they need help
- Preventing youth suicide
- Talking to kids about suicide