SPUSD: Social-Emotional Resources for Students

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South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD) academic counselors, school administrators, and behavior intervention teachers are hard at work determining the best strategies for districtwide, social-emotional support for students. The group gathered on August 25, 2021 for the first of four counseling summits this year designed to provide the opportunity for communication, collaboration, and planning among the various site-level teams.

SPUSD academic counselors and site administrators are working in partnership with Train Your Brain counselors, a new Sage counselor, and a team from the Behavioral Health Division of Chinatown Service Center to provide expanded social emotional services for students and parent education opportunities. Information about how to access the new and expanded social-emotional services is explained in this flyer. Care Solace is an additional resource available 24/7 to help families and employees find mental health-related programs and counseling services.

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 of 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 at scarroll@spusd.net.







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