Our school counselors are trained to help students overcome
obstacles that may inhibit their learning.
Students come to school with a wide range of problems and
challenges. They may have learning disabilities, come from a
low-income family, experience abuse or neglect, or have an
addiction. School counselors work in collaboration with parents,
teachers, principals, medical professionals, and social workers
to identify and address these problems.
If you would like to see your counselor, drop by during passing
period or ask your teacher. They can email the counselor
and let them know you would like to speak with them.
You can find the counselor’s office in the main office building
of the school. All are welcome!
Bullying is an unwanted aggressive act that includes each of the
~intent to do harm
~repeated over time
~an imbalance of power
Bullying is defined in the SCUSD Board Policy and Administrative
Regulations as any severe or pervasive physical or verbal act(s)
or conduct, including electronic communications committed by a
pupil(s) that has, or can be reasonably predicted to have, the
effect of one or more of the following: