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School Counseling

 

Bohannon Middle School

School Counseling Program

 

School counselors are an integral part of each school faculty and work closely with teachers, administrators, school social workers, school therapists, school psychologists, school resource officers, parent liaisons, and community organizations to provide students with the resources they need. School counselors help facilitate 504 Team meetings, Student Success Team (SST) meetings, Coordination of Services Team (COST) meetings, Student Attendance Review Team (SART) meetings, and professional development workshops. They support students with academic achievement, college and career exploration, and personal/social development on the following topics:

 

Academic Achievement
• Aeries access
• AVID learning strategies
• Course requests
• ELD resignation
• Grading guidelines
• Grade level awards assemblies
• Growth Mindset
• Homework completion
• Organization skills
• Study skills

College and Career Exploration
• Career exploration
• College presentations
• Concurrent Enrollment
• Summer enrichment programs
Personal/Social Development
• Conflict mediation
• Crisis counseling
• Grief counseling
• Health education
• Managing emotions
• Mental health referrals
• Overcoming barriers
• Persistence
• Self-awareness
• Signs of depression

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MS. JOHNSON (M-Z)

 

Hello Bulldog Families! My name is Holly Johnson and I am the School Counselor for students with last names that begin M-Z. This year, my focus is to provide students with the resources they need to feel connected to school and inspired about their future.

Location:

My office is located in hallway between rooms 3 and 4, on the way to the science labs.

Contact Me:

hjohnson@slzusd.org

(510) 317-3838

IN CRISIS?

24/7 Crisis Hotline

1-800-448-3000 or

(English & Spanish)

Text ANSWER to 839863

Get immediate help for depression or self-harm. Call or text 24/7.

 

 

 

24/7 National Child Abuse Hotline

1-800-4-A-CHILD

(English, Spanish & Tagalog)

 

Help prevent child abuse by calling here to report abuse or for crisis intervention.

 

 

 

Alameda County Sherriff’s Department

 

Emergency Dispatch

(510) 667-7721

Anonymous Tip Line

(510) 667-3622

Get immediate assistance from the Sherriff’s office or provide information about a crime without giving your name.

 

 

 

Alameda County Family Resources

211

From emergency housing and food banks to child care and counseling, dial 211 to get connected to services.

 

 

 

Runaway Hotline

1-800-RUNAWAY

Call if you are thinking of running away from home, if you have a friend who has run away, or if you are a runaway ready to go home.