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How can school counselors help students with social or emotional concerns?

Centennial School Counselors are committed to the mental health and emotional well-being of every student. Each student has access to numerous resources for social and emotional growth and development including their school counselor, our intervention specialist, and available referrals to outside agencies. Please use the links on the Social Emotional tab to access resources. If you are in crisis please reach out for help by texting CNUSD to 741-741

CNUSD has an Intervention Counselor at each of their comprehensive high schools. These counselors see students identified as at very “high risk,” presenting with more severe behavioral or emotional struggles. Services are provided through individual counseling, group counseling and/or referral to community agencies for treatment and support.

​Intervention Counselors work with students placed on formal contract with the district, which includes those placed on Orange Grove, Expulsion, and SARB contracts. Students are placed on formal contracts for many reasons, including substance abuse; fighting, threats, bullying, and racial slurs; serious bodily injury; terrorist threats; weapons; or severe attendance issues; as included in the Safe Schools Notification Grades 7 through 12 form, which parents and students sign each school year.

​In addition, the intervention counselors work with foster youth and support the district’s foster youth program. Intervention counselors serve on district and community committees and on the district’s school crisis team, responding as needed, to emergencies at schools throughout the district.

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