• The counselors deliver the following curriculum to certain grade levels.

    SOS Curriculum

    The SOS Signs of Suicide Prevention Program (SOS) is a universal, school-based depression awareness and suicide prevention program designed for middle-school (ages 11–13) or high-school (ages 13–17) students. The goals are to 1) decrease suicide and suicide attempts by increasing student knowledge and adaptive attitudes about depression, 2) encourage personal help-seeking and/or help-seeking on behalf of a friend, 3) reduce the stigma of mental illness and acknowledge the importance of seeking help or treatment, 4) engage parents and school staff as partners in prevention through “gatekeeper” education, and 5) encourage schools to develop community-based partnerships to support student mental health.
    More information can be found here: https://www.sprc.org/resources-programs/sos-signs-suicide

    FLASH Curriculum

    FLASH, or Family Life and Sexual Health, is a widely used comprehensive sexuality education curriculum developed by Public Health Seattle–King County and designed to prevent teen pregnancy, STDs and sexual violence. FLASH is available for elementary, middle school, high school and special education classrooms. This curriculum is delivered by counselors and FLASH trained teachers.
    More information can be found here: https://www.etr.org/flash/