A comprehensive school counseling program helps to support the social and emotional development of students, which has a positive influence on academic success. Hull Middle School counselors prepare students to become lifelong learners by focusing on academic, career, and social/emotional development.
School counselors implement a comprehensive school counseling program by providing direct and indirect services such as:
- Academic skills support - including organizational skills, goal-setting, monitoring student progress
- Classroom lessons, group counseling, and individual counseling
- High school, college, and career planning
- Crisis intervention and facilitating student/family referrals
An online portal to help mental health and wellness resources. Students and parents can connect with school counselors, access mental health referrals, and tap into tools and techniques to manage stress and create balance.
The Wellness Helpline is available from 9am-3pm, Monday-Thursday (closed on major holidays) via phone at 424-757-4190 or by email at email@example.com. The Helpline is being answered by TUSD mental health and counseling support staff.
View a handout with numbers to crisis & youth hotlines and sexual & reproductive health organizations.