Welcome to Highland's Social Emotional Learning & Support Site

Welcome to our site! This is your resource hub for social emotional learning and support at Highland and at home. We have resources for supporting your child through the challenges of life and school along with the impact that COVID-19 presents for mental health and social-emotional wellness. Please reach out to either Mrs. Jauregui (sounds like "Howdegee" :-) ) or Ms. Signorelli. Our contact information is below! We are happy to help you work through any of the social emotional or learning challenges your child may be experiencing and are here to support both you and your child as they learn and grow. We're in this together!

For additional resources, Highland's Social Emotional Learning Corner has links to social emotional learning supports, recommended books to support your child's social emotional development, community and parent resources, and information about PBIS in our school. Click here!

Elizabeth Jáuregui, MSW, LCSWSchool Social WorkerI am so fortunate to be a part of the Highland community, having joined as the School Social Worker in 2014. As part of the mental health team at our school, I am here to support and promote the social and emotional learning and well-being of every child in our school, whether in whole class activities, small groups, or on an individual basis. Some small group topics that I typically offer are: friendship skill-building, cooperative play, conflict resolution/social problem-solving, emotional regulation, coping with family changes/divorce, and growth mindset. I also serve as a member of the PBIS Team, District Crisis Team, and Safe Schools Design Team. I'm proud to be part of the Highland and LPS community, both as an employee and as a parent of two college-aged daughters educated in LPS schools!
Office Hours: Monday , Tuesday, Wednesday, ThursdaySchedule a Meeting
Voicemail: #303-347-4231E-mail: ejauregui@lps.k12.co.us
Brittany SignorelliSchool PsychologistHello, Highland Families! As the school psychologist (at Highland since 2017), it is my role to support students with learning and behavioral challenges, to serve as a mental health provider within the school, to promote a positive and safe school environment, to work closely with classroom teachers, to collaborate with parents and guardians, and to advocate for ALL students. Students' social-emotional and behavioral health are my priorities. Helping children realize their potential and act with kindness and compassion toward each other are extremely important to me.
I earned my Bachelor's degree in psychology from Rhodes College, my Master's degree in school psychology from the University of Memphis, and my Education Specialist degree in school psychology from the University of Denver. I am also nationally-certified through the National Association of School Psychologists.
I am originally from New Orleans, LA and am a huge Saints fan! In my free time, I enjoy being outside, doing yoga, hiking, running, listening to live music, and working on puzzles. I'm also slightly obsessed with cats. I love working at Highland and could not ask to work in a more supportive, loving, and caring environment.

Office Hours: Monday-FridayVoicemail: #303-734-5509Email: bsignorelli@lps.k12.co.us