Health and Wellbeing Information
As a school, we are committed to supporting positive peer and adult relationships within a safe and caring environment. Students are encouraged to ask for support when needed. Asking for help is a sign of strength and positive social-emotional engagement.
If you (student) are a victim or a witness of teasing, harassing, bullying, intimidating/threatening behavior or need support for how you are thinking or feeling, it is important that you find a trusted adult to speak with. An administrator, counselor, teacher or staff member is always willing to listen and provide support. You can also make an online report (with or without your name) on the Safe2Speak app. The Safe2Speak app can be found on all student iPads, and can be downloaded, free of charge, to any mobile device. Remember, please report immediately, accurately, and truthfully. We want to support you.
Additional Mental Health resources are available on the District website (https://sites.google.com/sbunified.org/family-resources/english/sel-mental-health)