SDUHSD and CVMS are committed to supporting student personal health, safety, and well-being. If your child needs assistance, CVMS has trained professional staff members, including school counselors, school social workers, school psychologists, teachers and administrators who are available to support students during the school day. For more information, the SDUHSD has a Student Support Services page with additional resources. For specific information regarding suicide prevention, please refer to the Suicide Prevention Information page on the district website.
School Site Contact --->
Karen Infantino / Megan Shuster 858 - 481 - 8221 ext. 3007/3288
SDUHSD middle and high school counselors are committed to working in partnership with parents/guardians in supporting student social and emotional well-being. Recognizing that middle school is a time of significant change, middle school counselors will be using this bi-monthly newsletter as a forum to share information about essential topics using a Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) framework that focuses on five key areas: relationship skills, responsible decision-making, self-management, self-awareness, and social awareness. Social and emotional well-being sets the groundwork for a safe and positive learning environment and enhances a student's ability to lead a well-balanced life. The SDUHSD counseling department has also created helpful talking points for school - life balance for students and parents.
Workshops/Supports for Parents and Guardians
Bobcat Familes - We want to keep you updated on any parent/guardian workshops or learning opportunites provided through the SDUHSD or other partners. This list will be added to as the school year progresses so please continue to check back.
Tips for Parents (Supporting Mental Health)
Common Sense Media (see "Parenting Tips and Facts" page)