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Counseling

 
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Hello Anna Hause Families!
I am proud to be on this journey with you during virtual learning. As a parent and employee of the district, I can relate to many of the challenges you are juggling at home as your children engage in learning and you balance work and personal obligations as a parent. I hope that you find the counseling program to be a helpful resource to you and your child(ren).
 
Sincerely,
Ms. Christina Williams
Counselor

Phone: 951-769-1674 ext 112115
Email: cwilliams@beaumontusd.k12.ca.us
 
Counseling Overview

Beaumont Unified School District offers comprehensive counseling services that are an integral part of each school’s total educational program designed to promote academic, career and personal/social development of all students. Each school year, counselors visit classrooms regularly to present lessons promoting academic, personal/social, and career development, including topics such as: social skills development, social emotional learning, anger management, academic achievement strategies, and more.

During virtual learning, we are continuing to provide classroom-based guidance lessons to promote social emotional growth and development.

How to Access Social Emotional Learning Lessons

Beginning early September, students will be able to access weekly lessons through the "AHE Counseling" Google Classroom. To simplify the transition to virtual instruction, I have added each student to the Google Classroom. Your child will need to accept the invite that was sent using their gmail account provided by Beaumont USD.

How to find the AHE Counseling Google Classroom:
1. Go to classroom.google.com
2. Sign in using your student's district gmail account
3. Accept the invite OR enter the class code using the "+" sign in the right hand corner. 

Additional Services

Please contact the school counselor, Ms. Christina Williams, if you have questions or need assistance. The following is a short list of a few ways I can help your child through the counseling program:

  • Short-term individual/group counseling (i.e. social skills, behavior, grief/loss, coping skills, anger management, anxiety, families in transition, etc.)
  • Referrals for community-based programs and resources (i.e therapy, housing, food, etc.)
  • Crisis support
*This list is not exhaustive. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out directly

**Please see the attached Counseling Parent Letter for an in depth overview of the counseling program and services

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