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The STAN Program

Provides…

üA safe place to discuss issues
üProblem-solving skills
üCrisis intervention and prevention
üCommunity connections
üDrug education, prevention/intervention
üMediation and conflict resolution

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Improves…

üPhysical and emotional well-being
üFamily and social relationships
üAttendance
üProductive time in the classroom
üAcademic performance
üSelf-respect

Reduces…

üSchool dropout rate
üProblems due to alcohol and other drugs
üDisciplinary and/or behavior problems
üIncidents of illegal behavior

Who We Are

The STAN Counselor is a certified School Counselor with advanced training in adolescent issues.  STAN Counselors help by providing.

  • Responsive Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Mediation
  • Classroom Presentations
  • Resource Information

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Confidentiality
Confidentiality is essential in providing the individual with an environment in which it is safe to explore feelings and make decisions.  Legal and ethical standards of confidentiality require the STAN counselor to report appropriately or refer cases of abuse, criminal activity, and students who are a danger to self or to others.

Contact STAN Counselors

Churchill High School
Beth Fox
356-0080
Johnson High School
Lisa Williams
356-0542
Lee High School
Karla Bolton
356-0542
MacArthur High School
Dr. Rolla Bradley
356-7671
Madison High School
Cindy Suarez
356-7671
Reagan High School
Dr. Niki Jackson
356-1885
Roosevelt High School
Werk Cook
356-7671
Academy of Creative Education
Shar McKelvie   
407-0702
Alternative High School
Leanne Burge
356-7426
Jackson Middle School
Jennifer Hogue

356-4400

Krueger Middle School
Betty Arredondo

356-4700

Nimitz Middle School
Jennifer Hogue

356-5300

White Middle School
Betty Arredondo
356-5900

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What We Do

STAN, an acronym for Student Teacher Assistance Network, is designed to help students develop life skills to meet the complex challenges that may arises at school, at home, or in the community. The goal of STAN is to maximize students' success
emotionally, socially, behaviorally, and academically.

  • Health choices
  • Communication skills
  • Stress/anxiety/depression
  • Bullying/cyber bullying prevention
  • Healthy relationships
  • Teen dating violence prevention
  • Conflict resolution/mediation
  • Loss and grief
  • Prejudice reduction /bias awareness
  • Eating disorders
  • Abuse
  • Pregnancy
  • Violence/anger management
  • Delinquent behavior
  • Alcohol tobacco, or other drug use
  • Suicidal ideation
  • Self injury
  • Alternative School support

Students may requuest STAN services for themselves or may be referred by a parent, teacher, coach, counselor, school nurse, administrator,, fellow student, or anyone else concerned with the well-being of the student.

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