Counselor Contact


Information

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Email: taylor_sirna@bearvalleyusd.org

Days on Campus: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00AM - 3:45PM

Main Office Phone: 909-585-7766 Ext. 7353

Text Me! ‪(909) 547-4260‬

Book an Appointment!

Hello, my name is Taylor Sirna and I am your school counselor here at Baldwin Lane Elementary School. This is my third year with BVUSD and second year with the wonderful Mountain Lion Team! As a BVUSD School Counselor, I am committed to providing support services for all students to enhance their social, emotional and academic growth.


School counselors serve the social and emotional needs of students so they can be prepared for academic rigor. The goal of the BLES counseling program is to ensure all students develop the knowledge, attitudes, and skills that will lead to behaviors that support social-emotional well-being and academic achievement.


The counseling program will provide a variety of services throughout the school year for students, parents, and families in order to support that growth.

These services include:


Short-term Individual Counseling

Short-term Group Counseling

Crisis Intervention

Conflict Mediation

Classroom SEL Lessons

Positive Behavior Support

Consultation

Community Referrals and Resources

Parent Workshops

Referral System

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Students can be referred for counseling services by parents, teachers, staff, and/or self-refer at anytime.

Please call or email me if you have any questions about the counseling services provided at Baldwin Lane Elementary.

Please view the Referral Tab to submit an electronic referral. Physical referral forms available in BLES front office.

About BLES Counseling

SPOTLIGHT: Month of August 2022 @ BLES

School Month Focus: Welcoming! Being Safe! Being Respectful! Being Responsible!

Important Dates/Events:8/1 First Day of School, 8/7 Friendship Day, 8/8 Happiness Happens Day, 8/26 Women's Equality Day


If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call 911, go to the nearest emergency room, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to reach a 24-hour crisis center, or text MHA to 741741