Virtual School Counseling
Welcome back SHARKS!
The community of Santiago High School cultivates compassionate, innovative, and responsible students by providing opportunities for students to meet the challenges of the 21st century to become productive, contributing members of society.
This mission of Santiago High School’s Counseling Department is to provide all students with a strong foundation in the academic, social-emotional, and career domains of development.
Counselors provide social-emotional supports that address the needs of students while encouraging them to become lifelong learners and productive members of society through a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) approach. Counselors use data to create college and career readiness programs that prepare students to compete in the global market. Counselors create opportunities for academic rigor whether students will be entering a university, community college, vocational school, military, or the workforce.
SHS Counseling Team
How do I request a class change?
Your parents MUST agree to the change. If you would like to request to change a course please submit your request using your counselor's Google Form:
Mariana Nunes - https://forms.gle/z6G2FbGRWEVGhN2S7
Johnny Campos - https://forms.gle/poxN7TbeaQSjFWWE9
Christine Berg - https://forms.gle/Q75qDrasrpF48UCK8
Nathan Theune - https://forms.gle/wVc9LmpFuf6kZEGE9
Maritza Partida - https://forms.gle/Xz5CkSeV9joVxfGc9
Carlos Estrada - https://forms.gle/qLxRXccbHLfuPLX18
Kristen Matsumoto - https://forms.gle/N73RqTs35jW2BACM7
Valencia Applegate - https://forms.gle/GzgVjQeg8Duyuse8A
Social Emotional Resources
A safe space for students, parents and staff.
For students and families to report student concerns.
For CNUSD staff to report student concerns.
Connects millions of people to help every year. To get expert, caring help, simply call 211 today.
We are operating in uncharted territory right now that nobody could have possible imagined or prepared for. Your CNUSD School Counselors want you to know that your feelings are valid, no matter what they are. You might feel scared, confused, overwhelmed, angry, alone, grateful, or completely calm. You might feel many things at once, like being upset that an event was cancelled, but happy that you can wear pajamas all day. Your feelings are normal; the situation is not. Don't forget to breathe.
- Learn the life-changing skill of meditation.
- Get more restful sleep and wake up feeling refreshed.
- Video lessons on mindful movement and gentle stretching.
- Growth Mindset and much more!
The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is a trusted source for knowledge about high-quality, evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL). CASEL supports educators and policy leaders and enhances the experiences and outcomes for all PreK-12 students.
- National Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255
- HELP Line 951-686-4357
- Crisis Line text CNUSD to 741-741
- Safe house text SHHELP to 274-637
California Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response
- Students will learn and engage in research-based practices that have been shown to boost wellbeing, strengthen resilience, and even increase happiness! The strategies they will learn also strengthen social-emotional competencies such as self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and positive relationship skills.
- From now until June 30, 2020, you can get it for FREE with code BREATHE20
College & Career Resources
ACT is offering digital learning and workforce resources to assist students, teachers, schools and workers impacted by COVID-19
NACAC (National Association for College Admission Counseling)
This webpage provides information, resources, and links for students and families.
For most students planning to attend college or career school, financial aid is essential. We’ll walk you through how financial aid works, resources to pay for college, and loan repayment options.
If you’re a senior in high school, you probably have a lot of questions about how the coronavirus (COVID-19) could affect college admissions and financial aid. California colleges and financial aid providers know you’re worried. They’re responding and making changes as fast as they can to make sure you can still launch your plan.