South Pasadena Unified School District’s Train Your Brain Program

SPUSD’s Train Your Brain (TYB) program is dedicated to providing social-emotional support services to middle and high school students. The aim is to expand access to wellness services on campus and in the community to support the wellbeing of South Pasadena High School (SPHS) and South Pasadena Middle School (SPMS) students. The TYB program promotes healthy coping, resiliency and wellness by providing a spectrum of comprehensive, integrated, culturally sensitive services that support the academic achievements of SPUSD students.

The team includes:

Natasha Prime
TYB Social Worker at SPHS

Natasha Stebbins
TYB Social Worker at SPMS

Fiona McEniry
DIS Counselor at SPHS

Tiffany Gomez
TYB Social Work Intern at SPHS & SPMS

Sarah Kim
TYB Social Work intern at SPHS & SPMS

About South Pasadena Unified School District

Established in 1886, the South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD) serves approximately 4,800 students within five schools including three elementary schools, one middle school and one comprehensive high school in South Pasadena, California. Nestled in the West San Gabriel Valley, SPUSD has earned a reputation for providing high quality public education, attracting families who value challenging academic programs and outstanding teachers. Consistently recognized for superior performance, SPUSD students earn honors at the local, state and national level. The District draws vital support from parents and community members through the South Pasadena Educational Foundation, local PTAs and booster clubs.

For more information, contact: South Pasadena Unified School District, Office of the Superintendent,






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