The mission of the Kendyl Depoali Middle School Counseling Program is to provide a comprehensive guidance program to ensure that all students will have the skills and resources necessary to successfully pursue life-long learning, personal well being, meaningful relationships, and a self-chosen career path.COUNSELORS for 2019 - 20206th Grade Kevin Rutherford (775) 852-6700 email@example.com Grade Rachel Foster (775) 327-3855 Rachel.Foster@WashoeSchools.net7th Grade Alexandra Carr (775) 327-3856 Alex.Carr@WashoeSchools.net8th Grade Lisi Drake (775) 327-3854 firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Talk For Teens is a Nonprofit Early Intervention and Prevention Resource Center. We offer teens and parents a safe place to talk while maintaining confidentiality. Our services are FREE and our objective is to redirect, assist, guide, refer, and motivate teenagers to make better decisions by focusing on their values and setting goals.FOR MORE INFORMATION, ASK YOUR SCHOOL COUNSELOR ABOUT US AND/OR CALL 775-823-2700 TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT with Joe Dufur, Director/Case Manager. Joe is bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish.Office Hours: M-F: 8-5
- If you need to talk, your counselors are here for you! Email is the best way to contact us. You can also leave a message at the Depoali main office by calling 775-852-6700. (be sure to leave your name)
- Our counseling office hours will be from 8:30-2 pm M-F and we will be responding to anyone who contacts us as fast as we can during that time.
MORE RESOURCESSafe Place - Get Help Fast!When you don't know where to turn, look for the Safe Place sign to get you to help, safety, shelter and support.Help is FREE and confidential.The Children's Cabinet 800-536-45881090 S. Rock BoulevardReno, NV 89502Secret Witness 775-329-6666 Text a Tip: 274637 enter TIP725 + message
Helpful Documents for Depoali Parents
Dangerous Apps and how to monitor kids phones on Apple
The counselors at Depoali have put together a list of apps that some of our students are using. We thought this information might be good to share with parents as well as aunts, uncles, friends, etc. It is pretty scary what is out there and hard to stay on top of them because it seems like a new app comes out every day. We're also including how to monitor kid’s phones on Apple. Please see the following attachments.
Dealing with Grief:Below are some resources to help with any grief and symptoms of grief that students may be exhibiting.Trama Intervention (775) 337-2112 website: www.tipnnv.orgCrisis Call Center (775) 784-8090
- The Washoe County School District website may contain links that lead to resources, video, etc., which is located on servers that are not maintained or controlled by the District. The District is not responsible for the contents of any such referenced websites or for the availability of access to such websites.