2020-2021 SCHOOL OPENING & SAFETY PLAN
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Lilia Torres-Cooper » MEET YOUR COUNSELOR- Students with last names P-Z

MEET YOUR COUNSELOR- Students with last names P-Z

From the Desk of Lilia Torres-Cooper

WELCOME TITANS!

¡BIENVENIDOS tITANS!

As your counselor I recognize that high school is an exciting time and a very important time. As you  prepare for graduation, and work to meet college and career technical education plans, I will provide you with the guidance and support that will allow you to reach your potential, and to overcome any barriers to success. Helping you to grow, develop your social emotional skills and become the  best possible version of you, is an honor!  I look forward to working with you and your family.

"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel   

                             

                                                                                                                                       Maya Angelou

WALK IN WEDNESDAYS ARE BACK

SCHEDULE CHANGES: Due to constraints related to our school re-opening plan, requests to change class schedules are no longer being considered. Course requests and programs have been reviewed and completed.  If you are struggling with a class, it is important that you communicate with your teacher, addition to scheduling  an appointment with me.

 Email Etiquette

 

 

Dear students and parents,

My goal as a school counselor is to provide students a safe place away from home, provide continued academic and social support, and help create a school environment where all students  can succeed, regardless of circumstances.  It  is important to me  that you receive the information that will help you be successful during this school dismissal time.  Below are available resources:

 

INTERNET ACCESS
resource page where families can access information on free internet access is available

 

Coronavirus information and resources: 
 
Resources for Parents: 
 

Hotlines and Immediate Assistance

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24/7                     1-800-273-TALK (8255)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Spanish)           1-888-628-9454
The Trevor Project (LGBTQ) 24/7                                     1-800-488-7386
Teen Line (6pm-10pm)                                                        1-800-852-TEEN (8336)
L.A Warm Line (10pm-6am)                                               1-855-952-9276
Self-Injury Foundation 24/7                                                1-800-334-HELP (4357)
Los Angeles County Mental Health Crisis Hotline       1-800-854-7771
Crisis Text Line                                                                        text LA to 741741

Life or Death Emergencies                                                  911

 

Know How To Relieve Stress:

  • Eat healthy foods, drink plenty of water
  • Get enough sleep and rest
  • Get physical exercise
  • Relax your body- taking deep breaths, stretching, meditating
  • relax your mind- read, listen to music, talk to a friend/family

 

 
 
 
 
 
                                                                           
 
2020-2021 School Year Opens
As we continue to adjust to distance learning, know that we are available to continue to support you. I am available by email or just a phone call away. I am confident we will get through this together as Titans and emerge stronger than ever.
 
Guided Meditation
 
Take a Breath