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Student Services

Mission Statement

To provide a space where all students feel welcome, acknowledged, accepted, heard, valued, cared for, comfortable, and safe.
 

Visit Student Services

Student Services, room E-7,  is only accessible to RBHS students. Parents must make an appointment.  Typically scheduled hours are 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. , however they can vary depending on bell schedule.
If Student Support Services is closed, please see your Counselor.
 

Stress Affects

 Each mind matters  wellness
Suicide Prevention 101 - YouTube Click below for Wellness Strategies and Support Resources
 
Social/Emotional Support -  If you or someone you
know is in need of social/emotional support, reach out
to a trusted adult and/or access one of these resources:
  •  Call 911 for immediate concerns
  •  National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, dial 988
  •  National Suicide Prevention Line 800-273-TALK (8255)
  •  Text HOME to 741741 to reach a crisis counselor
  •  The Trevor Project 866-488-7386 (crisis intervention for LGBTQ youth)
  •  PUSD Safety Tipline 1-844-PUSD-TIP (1-844-787-3847) 
See it, Hear it, Report it. The PUSD Tipline is monitored by local law enforcement. This tipline is for situations requiring   immediate attention, including any type of physical threat of harm to self or others.   
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 sole effects

Impactful Tools to Develop Leadership Skills in Your Family

 
SOLE Effects, a youth organization, exists to grow confident and courageous leaders through influential role models. More Information: www.soleeffects.org
 
SOLE’s research-based newsletters and student activities below bring valuable information and strategies on how to tackle the challenges teens face today. They are designed for families to build stronger relationships and positively impact their well-being today and throughout life. Get started by reading the Pre-Adventure Newsletter.
 

Adventure Topics

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Newsletters

Student Activity

 #1
Passion & Purpose
Screen Time to Adventurous Living Newsletter #1 Activity #1
#2
Confidence & Courage 
Fitting In to Belonging Newsletter #2 Activity #2
#3
Empathy for Others
Judgement to Understanding Newsletter #3 Activity #3
Under the Surface
#4
Stress Relief 
Unrealistic Expectation to Healthy Habits Newsletter #4 Activity #4
#5
Courageous Communication
Passive or Aggressive to Assertive Newsletter #5 Activity #5
#6
Mind & Body 
Perfection to Personal Growth Newsletter #6 Activity #6
#7
Healthy Relationships 
Insecure to Confident Newsletter #7 Activity #7
#8
Leadership 
Fearful to Courageous Newsletter #8 Activity #8
 
These resources are posted for the use of the students and staff of Rancho Bernardo High School. If you are interested in receiving these for your school, contact SOLE Effects at [email protected]. Thank you for supporting our movement.
 

Need Help? Student Services at RBHS:

 
PUSD Student Support Services Dept. offers parent and student support in the following ways:
 
Tobacco Education & Cessation Classes
 
Health & Safety
 
Parent Education & Support
 

Resource Links

Resources and education related to marijuana use and how it affects the young mind and body.
Teen Alcohol Awareness Program (SD Police Dept. program.)    
“FREE” to students and families.  Details Flyer here
 
Alcoholics Anonymous: www.nosdco-aa.org/     This is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. There are young people groups for teens to attend. 
 
Narcotics Anonymous: www.sandiegona.org/   Narcotics Anonymous can help you find the freedom to live your life without the use of drugs. Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. 
 
Al-Anon & Alateen:  https://al-anon.org/ To help families and friends of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with the problem drinking of a relative or friend. Similarly, Alateen is the recovery program for young people. 
 
Resource Guide for Families:  Please view a wonderful resource guide here for families from our Youth in Transition department.  It has lots of helpful resources for families in need.
 
Liz Bowers, Student Services 
858-485-4800 ext. 4818
[email protected]