Counselor Reef

Welcome to the Counselor Reef!

On this page you can hideaway and find community resources, fun activities, and ways to stay healthy & positive during this "new normal" we are all experiencing.

For more information regarding counseling support for your student, please email the school counselor, Dr Nick, at

Check out this article with eight expert tips to help families stay calm during times of uncertainty and stress.

Counselor Moments

BTSN Intro.mp4
Meet your counselor
1. Tic Tac Toe.mp4
Tic Tac Toe
2. BUGS.mp4
3 TugOwar.mp4
Tug O' War
4 Who Am I.mp4
Who Am I?
5 Ugetwhatuget.mp4
U Get What U Get
6 Sequence makes sense.mp4
Sequence Makes Sense
7 Self Defense.mp4
Self Defense
8 Friendship State.mp4
Friendship State
9 Charades.mp4
10 The I in Group.mp4
The "I" in Group
11 Gossip & Rumors.mp4
Gossip & Rumors
12 Bop it!.mp4
Bop It!
13 Buckets.mp4
14 Letting Go.mp4
Letting Go
15 Super Heroes.mp4
Super Heros
16 RYG.mp4
17 Believe.mp4
18 The Juggler.mp4
The Juggler
19 Deep Blue Sea.mp4
Deep Blue

Distance Learning Tips

Netiquette for Google Meets
Rules of the Digital Classroom
8 Tips to Help your Child Focus during Distance Learning
5 Tips for Parents for Distance Learning
A Little Spot Learns Online
A Little Spot Wears a Mask

Resources to help kids understand COVID

COVID activity - English
Activity Book
Activity Book in Spanish
Coronavirus: a book for children
Coping After a Disaster
Help Prevent the Spread
COVID19 Social Story English .pdf
Coronavirus: What is it?

The California Surgeon General’s Playbook: Stress Relief for Caregivers and Kids during COVID-19

For more COVID resources to manage your stress, get help, health information or safety visits:

These fun activities can be used as brain breaks.

Mindful Meditation for Kids
Move & Freeze
Weave Silk
Quick Draw
Live Animal Camera: Giraffe

Videos to Motivate, Inspire or Laugh.

Sand Artist

How you treat people is who you are!

Teamwork can make the dreamwork

Inspiration from Animals

A to Z Coping Skills

5,4,3,2,1 Grounding Technique

Community Resources

The following are some useful resources for our families in crisis.

  • United Way provides the 2-1-1 number for local community services such as rent and mortgage assistance, food and shelter, transportation, child care and much more.

  • Stanislaus County Warm Line (209) 558-4600. This is a non-crisis intervention, offering peer support, referrals, and shared experiences of hope and recovery.

  • Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States, anytime. Crisis Text Line is available for any crisis.

  • Suicide Hot Line 1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-SUICIDE