|Anne Marie Jones||MS Counselor (Grades 6-8)||firstname.lastname@example.org||Tues, Thurs, Fri|
|Jamie Ginter||HS Counselor (Grades 9-12)||email@example.com||Mon – Fri|
|Michelle Ball||Counseling Secretaryfirstname.lastname@example.org||Mon – Thurs|
|Sarah Frost||School Psychologistemail@example.com||Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri|
Operation School Bell - forms due to Counseling Center by 9/30
Assistance League® is proud to once again provide Operation School Bell® to students. Assistance League supports the belief that new school clothing helps increase self-esteem and confidence, contributing to a strong foundation for a child’s successful school experience. Please contact Michelle in the Counseling Center for more details. Deadline is September 30th.
Jubilee Reach Elves Program - applications due ASAP
Jubilee Elves program has started taking applications for low-income families to receive Christmas gifts. There are limited spots available and they are filling quickly, please contact Michelle as soon as possible if interested or need more details.
If you have a conflict with another student, Peer Mediation may be the answer! Conflicts can include being in a fight with a friend, another student talking about you to other students, or even being annoyed by someone else’s behavior. Peer mediation is a great approach when something has been going on for a while and isn’t getting better. Peer mediation is problem solving by students, with students. It is a process by which two or more students involved in a conflict meet in a private, safe and confidential setting to work out problems with the assistance of a trained student mediator.
To request a mediation, complete the Peer Mediation Request Form, and email or drop off a paper copy to Jamie AND Anne Marie (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com). The form is linked above and also available in the office. Jamie or Anne Marie will review the request and schedule the mediation.
DACA Community Advisory:
- Superintendent’s Message (Spanish)
- Bellevue Police Message (English/Spanish)
- Immigration Status FAQ 2017 (Spanish)
- Immigration Status FAQ 2017 (English)
Student & Family Resources:
- 24-Hour Crisis Line – King County’s Get Connected. Support. Resources. Training.
- Advocates for Youth – Rights. Respect. Responsibility
- All About Consent – And why it is important.
- Birds & Bees & Kids – Amy Lang’s How to Talk to Kids.
- Child Mind Institute – Help with mental health and learning disorders.
- Educate Empower Kids – Building connections through communication.
- Feelings and Needs
- How to Get Your Kids to Talk about What Happened at School Greater – Good Magazine.
- Listening to Shame – TED2012. Ideas worth Spreading.
- National Eating Disorder Association – Support and catalyst to care.
- Parenting Therapists in Bellevue – Psychology Today.
- Planned Parenthood for Teens – Where teens can go to get facts.
- Referral Resource Guide – King County contacts for Emergency/Crisis, Treatment, Support, Legal, LGBTQ, etc.
- Scarleteen – Sex ed for the real world.
- Separation & Loss Services – Help and hope after traumatic loss.
- Sex Needs a New Metaphor. Here’s One … – TED2012. Ideas worth spreading.
- Supportive Questions and Deep Listening
- Teaching Tolerance – Be an active participant in a diverse democracy.
- The Power of Vulnerability – TEDx2010. Ideas worth Spreading.
- Understood – For learning and attention issues.