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**CHALLENGE - (SEL) Social Emotional SUPPORT TEAM
**Challenge ECHS ADVISORY PROGRAM - Mondays & Wednesday - Building Skills
**Prevent & Assist - Communicate - Sandy Hook - See Something Say Something
Ms. Lesly Gramajo, Wraparound Specialis
SEL - Social Emotional Team / SEL - Equipo Socioemocional
STUDENT & FAMILY (SEL) Social Emotional SUPPORT
Stay Connected! ¡Mantengase Conectado! -
Front Office : 713-664-9712
1) Ms. Graur, Sara G SGRAUR@houstonisd.org - Counselor (SEL - Social Emotional / Socioemocional)
2) Ms. Lesly Gramajo - Lesly.Gramajo@houstonisd.org- Wraparound Specialist -
( Supports families by connecting them with community-based resources to address issues that impact learning, such as mental and physical health and food and housing insecurity)
Apoya a las familias conectándolas con recursos basados en la comunidad para abordar problemas que afectan el aprendizaje, como la salud mental y física y la inseguridad alimentaria y de vivienda)
3) 9th Dean Celestine - Tracy.Celestine@houstonisd.org;
4)10th Dean Joseph - PJOSEPH4@houstonisd.org;
5) 11th & 12th Dean Saikin - CSAIKIN@houstonisd.org;
WRAPAROUND SERVICES / SERVICIOS WRAPAROUND
- Click to complete the SAF Student Assistance Form - Home (site.com)
- You should create/submit a Student Assistance Form (SAF) if you see a student who requires a crisis intervention such as (but not limited to):
- Basic Needs: Food, shelter, or clothing needs
- Mental Health: Signs of emotional trauma, outbursts, patterns
- Safety and intervention: Legal Support
- Immigration: Deportation, lack of access to necessary services
- Other: Jobs/Internships/Extracurricular Activities
- Seleccione este enlace Home (site.com) para completar el formulario de asistencia al estudiante
- Debe crear / enviar un Formulario de asistencia para estudiantes (SAF) si ve a un estudiante que requiere una intervención en caso de crisis como (pero no limitado a):
- Necesidades básicas: Necesidades de comida, refugio o ropa.
- Salud mental: signos de trauma emocional, arrebatos, patrones
- Seguridad e intervención: Soporte legal
- Inmigración: deportación, falta de acceso a los servicios necesarios
- Otros: Trabajos / Pasantías / Actividades extracurriculares
Sandy Hook Promise - “See Something Say Something”
SAY SOMETHING to PROTECT yourself, classmates, and community.
Help PREVENT violent suicides, threats, and human trafficking.
What Are The Warning Signs
What Should You Report?
Submit a Tip Though
Sandy Hook Anonymous Tip Line: 1-844-572-9669
- Make anonymous reports to the HISD Police Department any time, day or night, at www.houstonisd.org/police.
- If you hear any talk of suicide or suicidal threats, contact your school counselor or principal.
- You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at
- 1-800-273-TALK or text “HOME” to 741741, the Crisis Text Line.
- To report human trafficking, please call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline at:
- (Call) 1-888-3737-888
- (Text) 233-733 or BEFREE
Challenge Early College HS ADVISORY PROGRAM
- Monday- Check-In
- Tuesday- Campus-based Event / Study Hall / In-School Tutorials - STAAR, TSI, SAT, PSAT preparation
- Wednesday - Advisory Activity
- Thursday - Campus-based Event / Study Hall / In-School Tutorials - STAAR, TSI, SAT, PSAT preparation
Advisories are under the supervision of a faculty member who remains as the "advocate" role for the students in their Advisory for the entirety of the students' tenure at CECHS.
ADVISORY LEAD - Mr. Silberman, Joshua P - English Teacher - JSILBERM@houstonisd.org
Social & Emotional Learning
Our social and emotional programming is based on the understanding that supportive relationships help make learning challenging, engaging, and meaningful. We help students develop skills to manage their emotions, form positive relationships, feel empathy for others, and make responsible decisions. This year, we are increasing our number of certified counselors and expanding our trauma-informed care practices to better support students as they transition back to in-person learning. For more information, visit HoustonISD.org/SEL.
This year, HISD has expanded its Wraparound Services program to all 276 HISD campuses. Wraparound service specialists support students and families by connecting them with community-based resources to address issues that impact learning, such as mental and physical health and food and housing insecurity. For more information, visit HoustonISD.org/Wraparound.
Crisis Response & Prevention
Our crisis intervention team strives to increase student success by addressing emotional and behavioral barriers to learning. Among our tools are intervention services, behavioral consultations, and trauma support for students, parents, and employees. Made up of licensed specialists in school psychology, licensed professional counselors, and professional school counselors, the crisis intervention team also trains school staff on suicide prevention, self-injury, trauma response, and mental health awareness. For more information, visit HoustonISD.org/CrisisResponse.
COVID-19 has underscored the importance of health, fitness, and physical activity. In addition to being fun for children, regular physical activity has many health benefits, including strengthening bones, decreasing blood pressure, reducing stress and anxiety, increasing self-esteem, and helping with weight management. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, children ages 3 to 5 should be active throughout the day. Children and adolescents ages 6 to 17 years should be physically active at least 60 minutes each day. For more information, visit CDC.gov/PhysicalActivity/Basics/Children.
College & Career Readiness
In HISD, we aim to ensure every student graduates ready to enter their chosen college or career. At the middle school level, Project Explore provides college and career readiness planning support. At the high school level, every HISD school offers personalized college advising through our Ignite program for grades 9-11, our Launch program for seniors, and our Orbit program that helps graduates with their postsecondary transition. The district also offers 16 different Career and Technical Education pathways, allowing students to graduate with industry-recognized certifications in high-growth, high-demand career fields. For more information, visit HoustonISD.org/CollegeReadiness or HoustonISD.org/CareerReadiness.