Letter From The Counselor
Hello Coronado Family,
I am delighted to be back and start our SY 2022/2023.
We bases our school program on the American School Counseling Association National Standards, which focus on the physical, social, intellectual, emotional and vocational growth of each student. This program is accomplished through curriculum guidance in the classroom, small group, and short-term individual counseling.
This year I will be implementing the following lessons in our classrooms.
- Kindergarten; Child abuse prevention and safety skills (The Child Safety Curriculum)
- 1st Grade; Conflict resolution (Kelso’s K curriculum)
- 2nd Grade; Friendship skills
- 3rd Grade; Social Media/ Sexual abuse prevention
- 4th Grade; Conflict resolution (Kelso’s 4th grade curriculum)
- 5th Grade; Peer pressure, vaping, transitioning to middle school.
Short-term counseling and support are offered to students who are facing family or life transitions. If a student, parent or guardian wishes more formal and regular therapeutic counseling services, I can make a referral to our in house community mental health provider or community agencies.
We also have our Health & Wellness Team. Our goal is to explore the needs of our students from a holistic approach, help eliminate barriers and find the necessary support to see our students succeed in all the different areas. Meetings are scheduled as needed every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. (virtual meetings are an option)
I am available Monday through Friday 8:00 to 3:00 pm. I encourage students, parents and staff to visit or call me with any questions or concerns. I am here to support the Coronado Family.
Ms. Baca, School Counselor
505 843-8283 x5
The school counselor will work to reduce barriers to learning by helping students with academic and personal/social development and providing an introduction to career planning in a bilingual and multicultural fashion.
Please feel free to contact me via email at email@example.com or by phone ( 505) 843-8283 x 5
What can you talk to the counselor about?
- I am worried about COVID-19
- Just need someone to listen for a while
- Talk about what you want to do in the future
- Problems or changes at home
- You are scared or worried about a situation
- You’re feeling hurt, angry, or sad
- Someone or something you love has died
- Someone is hurting you or you are hurting someone else
- Share and celebrate positive things
- You are overwhelmed or just don’t feel like yourself
¿De qué pueden hablar con las consejeras escolares?
- Estoy preocupado(a) acerca de COVID-19
- Sólo necesitas que alguien te escuche un rato
- Hablar de lo que quieres hacer en el futuro
- Problemas o cambios en casa
- Estás temeroso(a) o preocupado(a) acerca de una situación
- Te sientes herido(a), enojado(a), o triste
- Alguien o algo que amas ha muerto
- Alguien te está hiriendo o estás hiriendo a alguien más
- Compartir y celebrar cosas positivas
- Te sientes agobiado(a) o inundado(a) o simplemente no te sientes normal
Employee Contact Information
- NM Suicide Hotline 1-800-784-3433
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255
- National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233
- Child Sexual Abuse Prevention
- Bullying and Cyberbullying Prevention
- Health & Wellness Teams (HAWT)
- How Virtual Violence Impacts Children’s Behavior: Steps for Parents
- Kids & Tech: Tips for Parents in the Digital Age
- NASP Guidance for Reinforcing Safe, Supportive and Positive School Environments for All Students
- APS News for Students & Parents
- Talking to Children About Tragedies & Other News Events
- Virtual Violence