This 2020-2021 school year is different and challenging, and this has caused stress, anxiety, and overall “unwellness” for many of us. Concrete High School would like to remind you that we have a program here called Project SUCCESS for all our students. This program provides support for students and families who are struggling with mental health concerns or substance use issues. Students are able to engage in individual meetings with our Student Assistance Professional through phone or Zoom in order to receive support and/or find needed resources. Parent/Guardian meetings are also available in order for us to support you with any mental/emotional/substance use issues your student or family might be experiencing.
Mitch Metcalf is our Student Assistance Professional at Concrete High School. He has worked full-time in our district since November, 2018 and many of your students may remember him from presenting in their health class. He is paid and supervised by the Northwest Educational Service District 189 in partnership with the Concrete School District.
If you are worried about your Middle or High school student’s behavior or mental health and would like to speak to the Student Assistance Professional and/or have him see your student, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a phone call. You may also call him at 360-299-4708. All communication will be confidential.
We are in this together, and will get through it together.