Social / Emotional Resources
The middle school years have many transitions such as “moving up” from the elementary school and developing new relationships. We continue to support your child throughout middle school and their during their transition to their next educational experience. Students are also building relationships with their peers and learning more about their interests, strengths, and taking on more responsibility to be successful in school and life. The student service team meets with students on a regular basis to help with this transition and offer support individually, in small groups, and in the large classroom setting.
Below are some resources that may be helpful to you and your child as you navigate through the middle school experience.
If you are in need of student or family support resources, please contact your School Counselor for additional options.
- Impact 2-1-1: IMPACT 2-1-1 is a free , confidential helpline and online resource for people during personal crisis or community disaster.
- NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health): NAMI provides free education, advocacy and support group programs for children and their families on mental health.
Child Protective Services: You should report your concerns to CPS if you believe a child has been abused (physically, sexually, or emotionally), neglected (physically or emotionally), or is at risk of abuse or neglect.