Welcome to San Gorgonio Counseling
The mission of the Counseling Office at San Gorgonio High School is to provide our students the services required to meet their academic, social/emotional, and post-secondary goals in a relaxed, trusting, and comprehensive approach.
SPRING DISTANCE LEARNING SCHEDULE
SBCUSD Board Votes to Remain in Distance Learning through June 2021
The Board of Education of the San Bernardino City Unified School District on Tuesday voted to keep students in distance learning for the remainder of the current school year, which ends in June 2021.
The governing body of California’s eighth largest school district took action on November 17 after carefully weighing local COVID-19 figures that show the virus is spreading at alarming rates and families living in its attendance boundaries are especially at risk. San Bernardino County is among those in the state that have experienced drastically increasing COVID-19 cases, forcing it to remain in the purple tier. The Board’s decision is consistent with its steadfast commitment to safety for students and employees. This decision will enable District staff to focus greater resources toward strengthening distance learning while also allowing families to better plan.
As part of their decision, in-person accommodations for small groups of students with specifically identified educational needs will be offered when the Board deems it safe to do so. This in-person support is allowable under public health guidance from the state.
This is the second time since the March statewide closure of schools that the SBCUSD Board of Education has put the health and safety of its 47,000 students and close to 8,000 employees at the forefront of its decision to keep schools in distance learning.
Watch a rebroadcast of Tuesday’s Board meeting at the District’s YouTube Channel, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcL2PFxWxs8.
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Meal Distribution Times-URGENT UPDATE
In response to requests from families and schools, meals will be distributed from 8 to 11 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. The additional, earlier hour was added to accommodate families whose children begin online learning at or close to 9 a.m. Meals will be serve at the following 15 locations:
Cajon High School
Del Vallejo Middle School
Dominguez Elementary School
Golden Valley Middle School
Jones Elementary School
Indian Springs High School
King Middle School
Muscoy Elementary School
Pacific High School
Richardson PREP HI Middle School
San Bernardino High School
San Gorgonio High School
Serrano Middle School
Thompson Elementary School and
Vermont Elementary School
Chavez Middle School will no longer serve meals effective August 3. Face coverings and physical distancing are mandatory for all. For more information, please call the District’s meal hotline at (909) 381-1224.
Feminine Hygiene Products
Beginning Monday, August 10, 2020, feminine hygiene products will be available for District students at the 15 meal distribution sites. Items will be distributed, by request, from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Families can now reach CyberTech by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If students have a District-provided device that is not working, call the CyberTech technical support hotline daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at (866) 223-8685.
Are you wondering about work permits? Follow these guidelines below to obtain your work permit for the summer:
Spartan Counseling Support Team
Ms. Teresa Gill - Counseling Secretary
Ms. Marianne Davari - College & Career Resource Teacher
Ms. Christine Stuart - Registrar & Enrollment Clerk
Mr. Brian Mitchell - School Psychologist
Ms. Sharon Mordetzky - School Psychologist
Mrs. Michelle Hightower-Brown - School Health Aide
Mrs. Brandy Bennett - School Nurse
Please contact our offices at: 909-388-6524