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In the Student Success Office (SSO), it is our philosophy that every student has great potential and that potential may only be realized through rigorous instruction and through the social/emotional support systems necessary to help students become self-reliant and self-motivated learners and positive, contributing community members. In the SSO, we are breaking away from the antiquated "discipline" office model, and we embrace the spirit of AB 275 (2017), which provides integrated supports for students and their families.
Would you like to speak with your counselor?
Schedule an appointment with them through email:
Mrs. Baumgras services students with lastnames A-K
Mrs. Kenyon services students with lastnames L-Z
Do you need to report an incident to the SSO?
Do you have questions about progressive discipline?
Is it Rude, Mean or is it Bullying?
Unfortunately, experiencing rude or mean behavior is not uncommon while growing up, and the SSO can help you when you encounter these issues; however, bullying is never acceptable. How can you tell them apart?
Visit this helpful site to determine if the behavior you're experiencing from others is rude, mean, or bullying so you can report what's happening accurately:
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