Fill Your Bucket
Feeling Stressed?  You are not alone. 
Visit the Fill Your Bucket page to find ways to relax, restore and rejuvenate.  
Self care is essential, don't neglect it!  

Resources to Help Children & Teens Cope with Coronavirus Anxiety 

How to Deal With Anxiety

Talking to Kids About The Coronavirus

7 Science Based Strategies to Cope with Coronavirus Anxiety

5 Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety About The Coronavirus

How to Prevent Loneliness in a Time of Social Distancing

Coping & Staying Emotionally Well During Covid-19-Related School Closures

NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness

Escape the Vape

True or False:
One JUUL pod contains the same amount of nicotine as an *entire* pack of cigarettes.

How much do you know about what’s in e-cigs, vapes, and JUUL? And what are e-cig companies hiding from you?

How Much do you know Article

Take this 5-question quiz
Question Quiz

to find out, and then share the quiz on Facebook. You’ll teach friends the real deal about e-cigs.

Red Ribbon Week - October 23th - 31th, 2021

Red Ribbon Week is nationally recognized as a time to promote healthy,

drug-free lifestyles. It began after the death of Drug Enforcement
Administration (DEA) Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who in 1985 was
brutally tortured and murdered by drug traffickers he was investigating in
Mexico. As a tribute to Special Agent Camarena, high school friend Henry
Lozano and Congressman Duncan Hunter, created “Camarena Clubs” and the
wearing of a red ribbon to show their opposition to drugs.

BHS is celebrating RRW by sharing Natural High’s 2021 Playlist
<>, a collection of
short videos created by artists in the music and film industries,
professional athletes, and social media influencers on Google Classroom.
Each Storyteller Video is paired with a discussion guide to assist
educators and parents initiate important conversations about the dangers of
drugs with their children.

For more information, please visit

For Assistance, Please contact: TBD Student Assistance Counselor
What is a Student Assistance Counselor?

A Student Assistance Counselor (SAC) assists students with any personal issue that negatively impacts their learning or emotional development. The SAC meets with students on an individual or small group basis to help them develop coping skills and solve problems.

Parents sometimes seek the assistance of the SAC for information, intervention and referral services. Faculty members often request the support of the SAC in order to identify individual students in need of help. The SAC may also provide training to staff on a wide range of issues that may impact student behavior and functioning in the classroom. 

All conversations between students and the SAC are confidential. However, issues related to suicidal or homicidal intent or child abuse are not protected by the federal confidentiality laws. 

Services Provided By The Student Assistance
Counselor Include: 

profile   Students may wish to see the Student Assistance Counselor for any of the following reasons: 
Short-term individual counseling
Information & referral

 Peer difficulties Bullying
Group counseling
 Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Anger management Alcohol/drug abuse & addiction 

Crisis intervention Educational programs
for faculty and parents
 Grief & loss Divorce & other family difficulties

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