Welcome to 6th Grade! Student Workshop
Welcome to 6th Grade! Parent Information Night
CONTACTING COUNSELORS and GETTING SUPPORT during VIRTUAL LEARNING
Counselors are available to support students and their families with academics, social/emotional counseling, and post-secondary planning during our remote learning period. Counselors are available during typical school hours, which are Monday through Friday from 7:30 am until 3:30 pm. Please contact the counselor you would like to speak with via email during these hours.
Please note that counselors are not available after school hours (7:30-3:30) or for an emergency.
If you or someone you care about needs immediate or crisis support please refer to these resources:
- Emergency Services: 911
- Safe2Tell: 1-877-542-7233
- Text-a-Tip: use the following link to submit information http://www.p3tips.com/760
- Colorado Crisis Line: 1-844-493-8255
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
- Douglas County Sheriff: 303-660-7505
Kristen Lunde, School Psychologist
Coleen Sullivan, School Counselor
Grade 6: A-L
Grade 7: A-L
Grade 8: A-L
Alexa Nichols, School Counselor
Grade 6: M-Z
Grade 7: M-Z
Grade 8: M-Z
Aimee Wilmot, School Counselor
Grade 9: A-L
Grade 10: A-L
Grade 11: A-J
Grade 12: A-K
Alyssa Woodward, School Counselor
Grade 9: M-Z
Grade 10: M-Z
Grade 11: K-Z
Grade 12: L-Z
Kandace Lytle, College and Career Counselor
SOURCES OF STRENGTH RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS
Utilizing our strengths is so important, especially during this time. Sources of Strength Peer Leaders want to encourage you to do just that! Please CLICK HERE for some great resources to utilize!
The mission of the Student Support Team at STEM School Highlands Ranch is to provide every student with the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive in an environment that is safe, challenging and nurturing. We are dedicated to helping the entire student body reach their full potential while feeling empowered, respected and supported.
What We Provide:
Our Student Support page is divided into 4 sections:
- Academic Support
- Emotional Support
- College and Career Planning
- Sources of Strength
Please refer to right menu to connect with each of these areas and to learn more about what we do.
If you are feeling unsafe, have concerns about someone else's safety or are worried about someone who may be hurting, you can make an anonymous report with Safe2Tell or call one of the number listed below.
Colorado Crisis Line: (844)493-8255
Colorado Crisis Text Line: Text TALK to 38255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800)273-8255
In an emergency, please call 911.