Parent Resources (Workshops, Mental Health, Local Resources & More)
Welcome, Parents and Families
- NEW: Parent Education Workshop Series!
- Mental Health Resources for parents & students
- Parenting Tips & Resources
- Local Resources for Families (busing, food banks, etc...)
- Summer Resources for parents
NEW for 2023-2024: Parent Education Workshop Series
Join Snowline as we launch our NEW parent education workshop series, designed especially for you and the needs of your students. We will be sending monthly reminders of our workshops in case you forget.
Have a question about our parent nights? Check out these Frequently Asked Questions:
- Do I have to register in advance? No. There is no need to register in advance for these workshops. You can just arrive at the location. We suggest arriving a few minutes early to find a seat and get settled.
- Is there childcare? At this time, there is not childcare. If this is a barrier to you, let us know via email below so we can plan childcare for future events.
- Where are the workshops located? The locations change monthly, so be sure to check the event details. Our first workshop, Suicide Awareness & Student Mental Health, will take place at Serrano High School, located at 9292 Sheepcreek Rd. in Phelan. Signs will be posted to point you to the correct building onsite.
- Is there any cost to the workshops? No, the workshops are completely free and open to all Snowline families.
- Are the workshops only for parents? The workshops are designed for parents and guardians of school-age students, but are open to any community members.
Still have a question? Contact one of the Health & Wellness Teachers:
- Mike Baernstein, [email protected], (760) 868-5817 ext. 10158
- Katie Bodell, [email protected], (760) 868-5817 ext. 10157
- Shad Grijalva, [email protected], (760) 868-5817 ext. 10156
Parenting Tips & Toolbox
Social-emotional learning describes the mindsets, skills, attitudes, and feelings that help students succeed in school, career, and life. It focuses on how motivation, social connectedness, and self control enable every student to learn and thrive.
We owe it to students to provide them with not just academic knowledge, but with the skills they need to apply that knowledge in all settings, throughout their lives, with confidence and security.
Building Social-Emotional Learning Competencies
The CASEL framework addresses five areas that are fundamental to SEL competence. These skills are important for collaboration and perspective-taking, and serve students well in school and in life. By building skills in these areas, students manage their emotions, handle challenges, and reach their goals.
5 Social-Emotional Learning Competencies:
- Self-awareness: the ability to recognize one’s strengths and limitations with a sense of confidence and purpose
- Self-management: the ability to manage one’s feelings and behavior, including handling stress
- Social awareness: the ability to understand the perspectives of others, including those from diverse backgrounds
- Relationship skills: the ability to communicate clearly, listen actively, and work collaboratively to problem solve
- Responsible decision-making: the ability to evaluate the benefits and consequences of various actions
- Does your student need a mental health professional?
- Hazel Health Mental and Physical Telehealth (FREE for all Snowline Students)- at school or home.
- Care Solace Family Mental Wellness Referral Program
Student Mental Health Resources
- Call or text 988 for the suicide & crisis lifeline.
- If you have information regarding student/staff safety, please text at tip to (760) 239-9113.
- Need someone from Snowline to contact you about mental or physical health services, academic help, clothing, food, family support or other resources, fill out this form.
Wellness Education Lab- Online Training Modules
SUMMER Resources for Parents
Mental/Emotional Health & Wellness
- Hazel Health- your student's FREE access to Hazel Health continues over the summer for emotional & mental health services! (anxiety, depression, changes, loneliness, identity, body image, etc...)
- Reduce screen time with clear boundaries. Check out these 10 Tips for Taking Screen Breaks English | Spanish
- Family Activities:
- Summer Meals- All Snowline kids and teens eat for free over the summer! See details.
- Hazel Health- FREE access to Hazel Health continues over the summer for physical health visits as well.
- Explore First 5 San Bernardino's KidsSafeSummer for tips on water, sun, and on-the-move safety.
- Create your own summer-camp inspired games for your family English | Spanish
- Get moving with these "All Weather Family Activities" English | Spanish
- Go Play at the Parkwith the Phelan Pinon Hills CSD: movie nights, painting classes, fitness/dance classes, and archery lessons.
Cheyenne Tatum-Ext 10155
|Samantha Spoonhunter-Ext 10154