- For student health concerns, please contact our Head School Nurse:
- For general student resources and referrals or if you would like to request information in Alternative Formats, please contact our Administrator of Special Education:
- For Academic Counseling, please contact our Student Services Coordinator:
- For mental health resources and referrals, please contact our Equity and Inclusion Administrator:
- Ana Maria Rojas, Office: (858)678-4818, E-mail: email@example.com
- Mental Health Notification Letter for Parents
- Mental Health Notification Letter for Parents – Spanish
If you think that you or another person are in immediate danger from yourself or others, please call 911 for Emergency Services with your full name, location, and emergency.
If you are interested in your and your student’s rights to a high-quality public education, please review our Parent’s and Student’s Bill of Rights.
INTERNSHIPS AND JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Minors and Employment – Labor Commissioner’s Office: Laws and policy for workers under the age of 18.
Internships.com: Internship postings.
Careerbuilder.com: Jobs and job search advice.
Idealist.org: Job/career postings, internship postings, volunteer postings.
SimplyHired.com: Job/career postings.
Indeed.com: Job/career postings.
LinkedIn Jobs: Job/career postings.
Snagajob.com: Job/career postings.
Care.com: Caregiver positions, including nanny, babysitter, elderly care, pet care, and housekeeping.
Coolworks.com: Job/career postings for positions with outdoor, travel, or otherwise adventurous elements.
INTERVIEWS AND ATTIRE
Interview Tips for Teens: About.com.
“How to Dress for Your Next Job Interview”: Forbes.
“The 8 Dos and Don’ts of Dressing for Job Interviews”: Huffington Post Business.
Dress for Success: San Diego Affiliate. Free interview and business attire for low-income women.
“Answering Behavioral Questions: Your Biggest Failure”: Big Interview. Learn how to successfully answer questions about failure and personal development.
NETWORKING AND ETIQUETTE
LinkedIn: A professional networking site.
“8 Things You Do Wrong on LinkedIn”: Forbes. Learn how to use LinkedIn in a professional and impressive manner.
“7 Email Etiquette Rules Every Professional Should Know”: Business Insider. Learn how to craft an appropriate email for an office setting, as well as the unspoken rules of professional email.
“15 Business Etiquette Rules Every Professional Needs to Know”: Business Insider. Learn essential tips and tricks for working in a professional setting.
Resume Writing Tips for Teens: About.com. Learn what makes a good resume, and what is/isn’t good information to include.
Sample Student or Entry Level Resumes: About.com. Check sample resumes for your experience level to see how you stand out from the competition.
How to Make a Good First Impression: Real Simple. Learn what interviewers are looking for, and step up to the challenge.
FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarships 2014 (pdf)
FAFSA: Federal Student Aid.
Financial Aid: Scholarships.com. Learn about the most common forms of financial aid for students.
California Student Aid Commission – Money for College: Learn about the best ways to find financial aid in California.
University of California (UC): Check out the admissions requirements and deadlines for the UC system.
California State University (CSU): Check out the admissions requirements and deadlines for the CSU system.
CollegeBoard: Find out more about the college admissions process and admissions tests.
US News & World Report College Rankings: See how your favorite schools stack up in different subject fields.
Princeton Review – College Rankings: More college ranking options.
College Confidential: Forums and FAQs about college.
Los Angeles Community College District
Riverside County Community College District
San Bernardino Community College District
STANDARDIZED TESTING AND ADMISSIONS
SAT testing: All about the test, testing dates, and strategies for test taking on the SAT.
ACT testing: All about the test, testing dates, and strategies for test taking on the ACT.
“10 Tips for Writing the College Application Essay”: US News & World Report.
“Dos and Don’ts in Writing College Application Essays: Huffington Post College.
“How to Write”: New York Times Book Review. An insightful look at writing in general.
“Tip Sheet: An Admissions Dean Offers Advice on Writing a College Essay”: New York Times – The Choice.
StopBullying.gov: A national organization dedicated to stop bullying on all fronts. Includes a “Get Help Now” section.
PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center: Bullying prevention and support.
Stomp Out Bullying: A national organization working toward bullying prevention. Includes a “Get Help Now” section and hotline.
DATING/DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE
Healthy Relationship Quiz: LoveIsRespect.Org. Is your significant other treating you with respect? Does your relationship show signs of abusive behavior? Check with this helpful quiz.
Are You a Good Boyfriend or Girlfriend? Quiz: LoveIsRespect.Org. Are you a caring and supportive partner? Check your behavior with this quiz.
TheHotline.Org: Find immediate help for dating or domestic abuse.
Love is Respect: Information about dating violence/abuse, as well as immediate help and support.
That’sNotCool.com: Support and forums for and by teens about dating, good communication, and respect.
Information for Teens: WomensLaw.Org. Understand what teen dating violence can look like, how to help a friend, and how to find help for yourself.
WINGS with YWCA San Gabriel Valley: Find immediate help and shelter to escape domestic abuse. Includes a 24-Hour hotline to get help now.
Victim Resources for Domestic Violence: The San Bernardino Superior Courts shows what your options are regarding finding legal help, pressing criminal charges, and staying safe from an abuser.
Shelter from the Storm: A Coachella valley group dedicated to victim support.
A Better Way: Victorville domestic violence shelter and outreach.
San Bernardino County Domestic Violence Shelters
Pandora’s Project: For teen survivors of rape & sexual abuse.
RAINN – Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network: Includes hotline and resources for getting help now.
Bulletins for Teens: Sexual Assault: National Center for Victims of Crime. Information about sexual assault, including how to get help for you or a friend.
SASS – Sexual Assault Support Services: Includes a 24-Hour hotline, how to get help for you or a friend, and support resources.
DEPRESSION, SELF-HARM, AND SUICIDE PREVENTION
“4 Facts About Teen Depression and How Parents Can Help”: PsychCentral. Learn what parents and other trusted adults can do for teens with depression
“5 Ways to Fight Depression”: TeensHealth.Org. Learn basic strategies for managing mild depression.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 24-Hour hotline and help.
Preventing Youth Suicide – Tips for Parents and Educators: National Association of School Psychologists. Understand warning signs and how to address depression/suicide in a conversation with teens.
Teen Depression: A Guide for Teenagers: HelpGuide.Org. How to help yourself or a friend.
SAFE Alternatives – Self-Abuse Finally Ends: Resources and support to end self-harm.
NEDA – National Eating Disorders Association: Find help and support for eating disorders, as well as educational resources.
EDRC – Eating Disorders Resource Center: Educational resources about eating disorders.
“Eating Disorders”: NIMH – National Institute of Mental Health. Information about signs, symptoms, treatment, and support.
ANAD: National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. Includes a helpline and a section for getting help now, as well as educational materials.
LGBTQIA RESOURCES AND SUPPORT FOR TEENS
Matthew’s Place: An online community by and for LGBTQ youth.
Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network: A national organization dedicated to improving the lives of LGBT students in all school systems.
The Trevor Project: Dedicated to crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBT teens. Includes 24-Hour hotline.
PFLAG- Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays: Support, education, and resources for LGBT teens and their allies.
LA County Substance Abuse Prevention and Control
Orange County Behavioral Health – Alcohol & Drug Abuse Outpatient Clinics
Riverside County Substance Abuse Program
San Bernardino County – Alchohol and Drug Service Providers List (pdf)
San Bernardino County Alcohol and Drug Services
San Diego County Alcohol and Drug Services
The Partnership at Drugfree.Org: How to prevent drug use, intervene, and find support.
NIDA for Teens – National Institute on Drug Abuse: Learn more about the influence of drugs on your body, and find educational resources for parents and educators.
WOMEN’S HEALTH, PREGNANCY, AND TEEN PARENTING
Teen Options at San Diego Youth Services: Services for pregnant and parenting teens.
Los Angeles Unified Pregnant and Parenting Students: Work within the LAUSD program for pregnant or parenting teens.
California Pregnant and Parenting Youth Guide
The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy
StayTeen.org: Resources for teens, including help for dating violence, pregnancy prevention, and healthy relationships.
Family Health Centers of San Diego
ChooseMyPlate.gov: Learn how to manage food and healthful diets with daily food plans, recipes, and other nutritional resources.
Nutrition.gov: Nutrition information for teens.
Deliciously Healthy Eating : NIH (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute). Menu and recipe ideas for healthful and delicious meals.
Food and Fitness: TeensHealth. Learn about what a healthy weight is, why dieting is unhealthy, and how to manage food and weight.
Take Charge of Your Health: A Guide for Teenagers