Student Wellness

Student Wellness

Our School Social Workers have put together a comprehensive list of resources to support our students and families at home. 

Wellness Information, Enrichment, and Social Emotional Activities

Información de salud y bienestar, enriquecimiento y actividades socioemocional

CA parent and youth helpline 855-427-2736In partnership with Gov. Newsom, Parents Anonymous®Inc. recently launched the California Parent and Youth Helpline and the online Parents Anonymous® support groups in response to the stress and anxiety families are experiencing during the coronavirus pandemic.

These free resources aim to provide trauma-informed, evidenced-based emotional support to parents, children, and youth in any language.
  • Helpline - Parents and youth can call or text the helpline at 855-427-2736, live chat on the website, or email to get in touch with a person seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Parents Anonymous® Support Group - Parents can sign up to join a weekly online support group at any moment through the program website. In this confidential setting, parents can address their underlying emotions and build resiliency to strengthen their family.

"Parenting in a Pandemic" - Virtual Workshop Series

Our district school social workers are offering a Virtual Workshop Series, “Parenting in a Pandemic” for all SMUSD families.  Each pre-recorded video will include valuable information for families on various aspects of supporting students' mental health and well-being.  Supplemental resources are also included and all information is provided in both English and Spanish.

Visit our "Parenting in a Pandemic" webpage for videos.
Los trabajadores sociales de nuestro distrito escolar, están en el proceso de crear una serie de talleres virtuales sobre “La crianza de los hijos durante una pandemia” para todas las familias de SMUSD. Cada video pregrabado incluirá información valiosa para las familias en varios aspectos, para apoyar a los hijos en su salud mental y su bienestar. Incluirán también recursos adicionales. Toda la información estará disponible en inglés y español.

Visite nuestra página web "La crianza de los hijo durante una pandemia.

Suicide Awareness

Learning that a loved one is feeling depressed or having suicidal thoughts can be frightening and overwhelming. The topic of suicide may be difficult to bring up with your loved one.
girl looking out windowThis document will help support you are your family.
Recognizing the warning signs is an important first step in suicide prevention. Increasing our knowledge can help us feel more comfortable starting the conversation, providing opportunities for our loved one to share their concerns, and to help them get support.

Community Resources / Recursos Comunitarios

Family learning from home

Parent Behavioral Resources and Support

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Parent Resources - The harms of vaping and how to begin the conversation with your child.

Infórmese - Los daños de cigarrillos electrónicos y el fumar.


Resources for Staying Mentally and Emotionally Healthy - San Diego County Office of Education

Live Well San DiegoLive Well @ Home is a free resource to help community residents find tips and strategies to stay healthy in both mind and body while staying at home. Resources and activities are organized by age group and topic to help you find the right tools to match your needs. Click here for Live Well San Diego.