Health & Wellness
Counseling and Support for Students
The mental health and overall wellness of our students continues to be a priority. As a district team, we will be available to check in with you, our families and students, as needs or concerns arise, just as we would during a regular school day. We also have many resources to share to help you navigate our "new normal."
During this time, email and phone will be our primary method of communication. You can expect a response from us to your email on weekdays within 24 hours. You may also email your counselor to request a virtual meeting.
If you, your student, or a peer is experiencing more extensive or crisis-related concerns (such as severe depression, self-harm, harm to others, or suicidal ideation), please contact one of the following resources:
- Crisis Care: (937) 224-4646
- Crisis Text Line: Text CONNECT to 741741
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK
- Drug and Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222
- 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
- Dayton Children's Crisis Center for students 17 or younger: (937) 641-3000
- Monday through Friday 8 a.m.-midnight
- Saturday and Sunday 2 p.m.-midnight
- Visit the ER during other times
- Miami Valley Hospital ER if 18 or older: (937) 438-2400
- Kettering Medical Center ER if 18 or order: (937) 298-4331
For mental health/counseling questions, please email a unit counselor. Click here to view tips for teens during the quarantine.
For classroom questions, please email the classroom teacher, and for general questions, please email a principal (see staff directory here).
Talking to your kids about the coronavirus: https://parentstoolshop.com/parenting-challenges/how-to-talk-to-children-about-coronavirus