If you or someone you know is thinking of hurting themselves, please call or text 988.


This is the contact information for the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.

Student Resources

Get to know your School Adjustment Counselors!

We like to hear from you! We may not always be in our offices, but you can always email us to set up a time to meet! Below our pictures is our email addresses.

Mrs. Higgin's office is a the top of the main stairs behind the Student Support Center

Mrs. Meczywor's office is in the middle school wing across from room 8

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Mrs. Meczywor ("Mrs. M")



She works with the middle school grades (6-8)

Mrs. Higgins



She works with the high school grades (9-12)

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Helpful FREE apps for Mental Health

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The app provides a gradual, self-guided training program designed to help you understand and adopt a simple mindfulness practice.

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With this easy-to-use app, you can practice mindfulness meditation anywhere, anytime with the guidance of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center. The app includes meditations in multiple languages. Scientific research shows mindfulness can help manage stress-related physical conditions, reduce anxiety and depression, and cultivate positive emotions.

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MindShift CBT is a free self-help anxiety relief app, that helps you reduce worry, stress, and panic by following evidence-based strategies. Using CBT tools, you can challenge negativity, learn more about anxiety, develop more effective ways of thinking, be mindful, and relax.

Helpful PAID apps for Mental Health

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Headspace is everyday mindfulness and meditation, so you can make mindfulness a daily habit and be kind to your mind. Learn how to relax, manage stress, find your focus, and release tension in both the mind and body.

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Calm is for anyone, whether you’re brand new to meditation or a seasoned expert. It’s also for anyone who needs a mental break, a soothing sound, or a peaceful night’s rest. Our guided meditations are available in lengths of 3 to 25 minutes, so you can choose the perfect length to fit your schedule.

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Calm Harm is an award-winning app developed for teenage mental health charity stem4 by Clinical Psychologist Dr. Nihara Krause, in collaboration with young people, using principles from the evidence-based Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT). It is built to NHS standards and approved by ORCHA.

Calm Harm provides some immediate techniques to help break the cycle of self-harm behaviours and explore underlying trigger factors; build a ‘safety net’ of helpful thoughts, behaviours and access to supportive people; and provides the opportunity to journal and self-reflect. It also provides signposts to help.