Josie Katz
  • The Student Assistance Coordinator (SAC) - is trained to assist students in coping with emotional, psychological, or behavioral issues. 

    Students can meet with the SAC to discuss issues related to self-esteem, family problems, depression, suicidal thoughts, self-injury, relationship issues, stress, drug/alcohol issues, etc.

    Parents, teachers, school counselor, administrators, school nurse or friends can also refer a student.

    Services are confidential.

  • Coping Skill Activity

    Posted by Josie Katz on 3/25/2020
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    Posted by Josie Katz on 3/21/2020 8:00:00 AM
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  • 10 Tips to Reduce Anxiety

    Posted by Josie Katz on 3/20/2020 1:00:00 PM
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  • COVID-19 Tips for Parents

    Posted by Josie Katz on 3/20/2020 1:00:00 PM
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  • How can parents keep kids from drug and alcohol use?

    Posted by Josie Katz on 9/19/2019
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  • Dangers of Vaping Presentation

    Posted by Josie Katz on 3/5/2019

    Dangers of Vaping

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  • Internet Safety Presentation

    Posted by Josie Katz on 4/10/2018
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  • Talking to Children about shootings

    Posted by Josie Katz on 2/15/2018
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  • Family Media Plan: How to Talk to Children About Stress, Trauma and Media Overload

    Posted by Josie Katz on 2/14/2018
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  • Teens' health and safety education

    Posted by Josie Katz on 1/26/2018

    Alcohol Event Toolkit

    Make a Difference - Booklet for parents
    Booklet for Parents:
    Make a Difference

    Underage drinking is a serious public health problem in the United States. Alcohol is the most widely used substance of abuse among America’s youth. According to the 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), about 2.3 million young people ages 12–17 reported drinking alcohol in the past month.

    Drinking by young people poses enormous health and safety risks. The consequences of underage drinking can affect everyone— regardless of age or drinking status.

    We all feel the effects of the aggressive behavior, property damage, injuries, violence, and deaths that can result from underage drinking. This is not simply a problem for some families—it is a nationwide concern.

    The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is teaming up with the National Institute on Drug Abuse for the 8th Annual National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week®(NDAFW) held January 22–28, 2018. NDAFW is a week-long national health observance that brings together teens and scientific experts to SHATTER THE MYTHS® about substance use and addiction. If your community is interested in holding an alcohol-focused event for NDAFW, we have resources to assist you in planning your event.

    Find an Expert: If you choose to have a alcohol expert at your event, use these tips for finding the right person: Adult Advisors and Sponsors for National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week®.

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