STUDENT RESOURCES AND
MENTAL HEALTH SUPPORTS
Helping Students Reach Their Full Potential
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES :
Contact: Rebecca Snyder, School Social Worker/School Counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org
Crisis Line: If your student is thinking about suicide or experiencing a mental health crisis, call the Mobile Crisis Line immediately at 1-800-422-0045 -- available 24 hours/7days a week.
SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER: Rebecca Snyder, LISW
The School Social Worker provides evidence-based social, emotional and behavioral interventions and mental health services to students and consultation to staff and administration. They also bridge connections between home, school and community to support students' success at school. The School Social Worker also supports students and families experiencing homelessness and out-of-home placements.
SCHOOL COUNSELOR: Rebecca Snyder, LSC
The School Counselor addresses academic achievement, person/social development and career development of all students. College and Career Prep is taught in high school on Wednesdays during Study Hall.
Sanford Health and NorthHomes Children & Family Services can provide counseling and counseling skills (CTSS) for students during the school day. A diagnostic assessment and a treatment plan will be completed. For more information, contact Rebecca Snyder at email@example.com
Mindfulness Teacher: Nicole LaFleur, a trained mindfulness teacher, comes to TrekNorth on Wednesdays each week to teach students mindfulness practices in the classroom. In this age of anxiety, it is important to learn ways to calm our brains and bodies so we can focus and learn. Nicole also makes time for individual student sessions. Students can sign up for sessions with Nicole by clicking the link at the top of this page or linked here.
SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST: Geneva Bertils
The School Psychologist supports students through administering, interpreting and integrating psychological and educational assessments to determine needs related to learning.
STUDENT SERVICES AND ACADEMIC SUPPORT
TrekNorth is a college prep school that prioritizes supporting students in developing individual plans for success that meet their academic, personal and post-secondary college and/or career goals.
Academic Support: Students have access to help with school work during study hall. FREE tutoring is available from a licensed teacher after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Students need to sign up online before attending (they can do that at any point during the school day). Transportation home is available on a limited basis.
Post-Secondary Support: TrekNorth will provide students with letters of recommendation for post-secondary opportunities. Juniors have the opportunity to take the PSAT and ACT free of charge (some academic qualifications may apply).
Other resources provided:
College and career reference materials
General scholarship information
Community service opportunities
Counseling on graduation requirements
Advising on Course selection
USE OF ALTERNATE NAME/GENDER
Students have the right to use the name and pronoun they choose. This is true whether or not the change has been made legally. Students who wish to be called by a different name or pronoun should fill out the TrekNorth Chosen Name/Pronoun Form. Once submitted, an email will be sent informing school personnel of the change. Students who have a parent or guardian sign the form will have their name/pronoun changed in the school information system. Changing one’s name and pronouns is a significant life decision and should not occur more than once in a student’s time in school. Requests for a second change will require a meeting to understand how to best support the student. Families should refer to TrekNorth’s Guidelines to Supoort Transgender Students for more information.