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Why is mental health important? Youth learn best when they feel good about themselves and their relationships with others. Youth who understand their feelings are better able to control their behavior. We know that stress can affect focus and learning, but its impact can be reduced with proven self-regulation strategies. Schools, parents, and communities that communicate and collaborate provide the most effective support to children. Attitudes formed early on shape future attitudes towards learning, self, and society.

The mental health team strives to provide each student with a safe, caring, and nurturing environment that fosters their unique talents and strengths, and helps them acquire the necessary attitudes, knowledge, and skills to be successful in their education and become well-rounded individuals. 

To achieve this mental health services include: 

  • Individual Counseling
  • Small Group Counseling 
  • Classroom Guidance Lessons
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Consulting with parents and teachers
  • Coordination with outside agencies & therapists 
  • Referrals for community services 
  • School wide events

Areas to Support:

  • Anxiety
  • Self-Control
  • Growth Mindset
  • Stress Management
  • Social Skills
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Emotional Regulation
  • College & Career Readiness

Pendleton's Mental Health Team - Mrs. Tarne, School Psychologist & Ms. Reynosa, School Counselor

Pendleton's Mental Health Team
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