Our Learning Specialist helps students who need additional strategies in organization, study skills, and executive functioning. While younger students are helped in the general classroom setting or before/after school, older students typically meet during study hall periods to get the support they need. Our specialist works with classroom teachers and advisors to ensure that communication between school and home is consistent and clear.
Social, emotional, and mental health support is provided by our School Counselor. Weekly classroom lessons as well as small group and individualized support are offered to students who need short-term help dealing with emotional regulation, social skills, stress management, anxiety, friendship issues, conflict resolution, or changes in family status like divorce, illness, or the passing of a loved one. For issues needing more intensive support, the School Counselor provides outside referrals for evaluations or ongoing therapies. The goal of school counseling services is to help young people feel heard and understood and to cultivate the skills and strategies students need to solve problems.