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School counselor contact information:

Shawna Rieg

268-2434, ext. 29149

Office Hours: 7:30 am-2:30 pm

Emergency/Crisis Lines and Information:

New Mexico Crisis and Access Line (NMCAL)...offers assistance with suicidal ideation, emotional crises, mental health, and              substance use                                     1-855-NMCRISIS (662-7474)   

Agora Crisis Center...suicide hotline...1-855-505-4505

The Trevor Project...suicide prevention and assistance for LGBTQ youth...1-866-488-7386

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Why a child might see the school counselor

  • When a student is very sad, confused, shy, angry, or worried
  • When severe changes in a student's behavior occur
  • When a student is having difficulty dealing with family changes or situations
  • When something seems to be bothering a student to the point of distraction or intense anxiety
  • When a student is dealing with the loss of a family member, friend, or pet
  • When stressors at home are affecting school performance or self-concept
  • When a student is consistently absent from school

How a child might see the school counselor

Students can meet with the school counselor in a variety of ways. Most commonly, school counselors work with students through:

One on One Meetings: Student and counselor meet independently to go over any concerns or work on behavior.

Small Groups: Peer groups of 4-6 students meet to work on character development or group issues.

Classroom Guidance: Counselor visits classrooms to talk with students about a variety of topics.

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