We are here to help our students succeed at school and in life. Schedule changes and academic advising are just a small part of what we do. We also do classroom presentations and lessons, in addition to group and individual counseling for issues such as conflict resolution, stress, personal and emotional issues. Counselors collaborate with parents, teachers, administrators and others to ensure the well-being and success of all students. We are her to help, come and see us in the Counseling Center! Please call, or email us with any and all questions that you may have. Phone: 801-412-2811
For Students: Sign up to talk to your counselor on the button below. *Counselors will see students within 48 hours.* *For urgent matters, please call or come into the counseling center and ask to see a counselor immediately.
STAY UP TO DATE WITH THE COUNSELING CENTER! HERE ARE THE HIGHLIGHTS:
November 20: *7TH GRADE CAREER DAY* November 20: *8TH GRADE JOB SHADOW DAY*
November 4- December 3: *8th GRADE PCCR MEETINGS* Parents of 8th grade students: Counselors are meeting with all 8th grade students and their parents for Plan for College and Career Readiness (PCCR) meetings. Please watch your email for notification of when your child's PCCR appointment has been scheduled. If the scheduled time doesn't work for you or you require an evening appointment, please call the counseling center as soon as possible to reschedule. 801-412-2810
October 4th: *WELCOME TO HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTATIONS* While many were enjoying the Chalk Art Festival outside, the counselors were in Language Arts classes, giving a presentation to all 9th graders regarding important high school information. We covered high school graduation requirements and credits necessary for graduation, what is credit recovery, and even where to find free, online ACT preparation. Ask your student what they learned! *You may view the PowerPoint presentation below.
September 17th & 19th: *SUICIDE PREVENTION/STRESS MANAGEMENT* Counselors presented to all students in math classes. The title of the presentation was suicide prevention and covered the topics such as stress management, coping skills, suicide risks and warning signs, and how to get help. *You may view the PowerPoint presentation below. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us in the counseling center and we will be happy to help!
Jordan School District has excellent resources including an extensive list of mental health care providers and more. Information for parents and students can be found here. We encourage all of our community to become familiar with and utilize these resources.
SafeUT CRISIS & TIPLINE SERVICES
Dear Parents: We are happy to announce the implementation of the SafeUT Crisis & Tipline Services for all students in the state of Utah. SafeUT is a new tool designed to provide confidential two-way communication with SafeUT crisis counselors or school staff through the SafeUT Mobile App, text number (coming soon) or Web. SafeUT Services are provided through the University of Utah's Crisis Center at the University Neuropsychiatric Institute (UNI) and all interactions are handled by licensed clinicians as part of their comprehensive crisis response services. Students who call or start a crisis chat or text through the mobile app or web will connect directly to a UNI crisis counselor at the UNI CrisisLine. The UNI CrisisLine provides 24/7 crisis intervention and emotional support to anyone in any type of crisis. Students can also use the SafeUT phone app or website to send non-crisis tips to school officials regarding topics such as bullying, cyberbullying, gang activity, drug & alcohol activity, and more. All tips are commpletley anonymous. SafeUT helps to provide students with a safe and secure school environment and provides our school administration with the communication and management tools needed to help and manage on-campus situations. Students will receive training on how to use the SafeUT Crisis & Tipline Services by their school administrators. The SafeUT Mobile App is available in the Apple and Google Play stores. Search "P3 Tips" and select "SafeUT".
Key Features of SafeUTThe SafeUT program and app help youth stay healthy and safe in schools by providing high-quality, confidential counseling services. The app’s key features include:
Confidential and password protected services
Real-time, two-way communication with SafeUT crisis counselors available 24/7
Tips can be submitted with picture and/or video
Mobile app works with Apple & Android devices
SafeUT’s Crisis Services Safe UT answers crisis calls, texts, and chats – about yourself or someone else – 24/7. These free services are confidential. Our counseling topics include: