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  • We understand that the current COVID 19 situation will cause many questions and confusion.  Please know that we will continue to support you -- our students and families -- as best we can from a distance.

    For now, please know that these are our top priorities:

    • Your well-being– Please take this opportunity to practice healthy self-care.
      • Invest in learning new techniques to manage stress.
      • Finish overdue work so that you feel caught up. 
      • If you are interested in community resources, please see the resource link at the right for a list of available resources.
    • Your academics:
      • Stay connected to your teachers 
      • Continue working on classes that are done outside the school (i.e. TMCC Dual Credit through their preferred modality, BYU, Edgenuity, Job Experience, or Extended Studies)
        • Some of these programs may bring up questions- do not hesitate to contact us
    • How you can contact your counselor:
      • Webmail – We will answer your questions using the Connexus webmail system
      • Heather McLaughlin: High School Counselor. Online Office Hours 8:00-3:30
      • Dr. Pressey ( Middle School- Grades 6-8) Lead Counselor: Online Office Hours 8:00- 3:30
      • Courtney Bettingen (Grades K-5): Online Office Hours 8:00-3:00
    • Rest assured, all your questions will be answered!


    The school district is doing their best to keep you informed and will continue to do so as more information becomes available on our district website .  

    For frequently asked questions regarding COVID 19, school activities and school closure related issues, more information is found at  

    A list of 2019 Community Resource Guide & Emergency resources can be found at

    Crisis Support Services of Nevada


    Crisis Call Center

    Find help 24/7 by dialing 2-1-1; texting 898-211 or visiting  Or

     And you can Access Family Wellness Resources Here


    Suicide Awareness 

    Please see the links below to learn the signs of Suicide and what you can do to help.

    "Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word,a listening ear, an honest compliment
    or the smallest act of  kindness."
    -Leo Buscaglia

    Tips for Parents on Preventing Suicide

    Save a Friend: Tips for Teens to Prevent Suicide

    *****Are you concerned about a friend right now? You can make an anonymous SafeVoice report here

    Please reach out if you are feeling hopeless:

    • Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
    • De Prevencion del Suicido  1-888-628-9454
    • Crisis Call Center- Text line  - text “CARE” to 839863
    • West Hills Hospital- Reno  (775) 323-0478
    • Crisis Support Services 775-784-8090
    • Hotline: 877-885-HOPE (4673)
    • Hotline: 800-992-5757
    • Mobile Crisis Response Team Hotline 775-688-1670
    • National Hopeline Network 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) 

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