Social Emotional Learning Toolkit for Students and Families / Herramientas para el Aprendizaje Socio

  • Everyone needs someone to talk to. DialCare is standing by.


    DialCare’s virtual counseling sessions are designed to provide students with a safe, secure and private means of seeking assistance from licensed mental health professionals via virtual or telephonic counseling sessions. Read more information here.

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  • Overview

    Counseling Services is comprised of dedicated school counselors, school social workers, and college access center staff who are ready and available to serve the students, staff, and families in GPISD.

    If you have questions, looking for college access information, or are in need of mental health or financial supports/resources, please contact our team by doing the following:

    1) Go to your child's campus website

    2) Click the "Our School" tab at the top of the page

    3) Once there, scroll to "Counseling Services"

    Here you will find contact information, social-emotional resources & more. Please call on us, we are here to help.

    Visit the district Counseling webpage here.

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  • School counselors and social workers are here to help

    As a district, we want to empower our families to support the social and emotional needs of their students during times of stress. This toolkit has resources for how to reach your GPISD school counselor or social worker and points you to a variety of resources to help you and your child deal with stress during these difficult times.

    School counselors and social workers are available to talk with students and families during this time. Go to your child's school website to locate how to contact them.

    Mental Health Hotlines

    Texas Youth Hotline (referrals to all types of agencies and other resources across the state).

    Call: 800-989-6884 or Text 512-872-5777

    I'm Alive (online suicide prevention chat)

    Your life Your Voice (Call, text, email suicide prevention chat)

    TeenTribe online support groups (free but requires registration)

    Nuestro deseo como distrito es empoderar a nuestras familias para cumplir las necesidades socioemocionales durante períodos de estrés. Aquí usted encontrará recursos sobre comunicarse con una consejera escolar o trabajadora social de GPISD. También le proporcionamos una variedad de recursos que le ayudará a usted y a su hijo a manejar el estrés durante estos tiempos difíciles.

    Las consejeras escolares y las trabajadoras sociales están aquí para ayudar.

    Consejeras y trabajadoras sociales están disponibles para hablar con sus hijos. Visite el sitio web de la escuela o el distrito para información sobre comunicarse con ellas.

    Líneas Directas sobre la Salud Mental

    • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
    • ICARE Call Center 1-800-866-2465
    • Transi Care (formerly known as Adapt Mobile Crisis) 866-260-8000

    Lecciones y Sitios Web sobre Aprendizaje Socioemocional

    Apoyando la salud mental de su hijo


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  • Online Learning Resources

    Practicing Mindfulness Breathing

    Health & SEL - BrainPOP

    Harmony at Home

    Time Together Family Questions App

    Online safety lessons


    Below are instructions for students to access EVERFI's digital resources, which are available online through any device. Students will create an account that will give them access to these programs that have games and activities in areas like Character, Compassion, Mental Health, and more.

    • Students go to
    • Click "Register" and enter their registration code
      • Elementary School, use code: 0876a3dd
      • Middle School, use code: a1ee6bc2
      • High School, use code: 03ef2501
    • Create a Username and Password
    • Click "Get Started" on either module
    • To log back in, students go to and enter their Username and Password


    College & Career Readiness Lessons

    Second Step SEL Lessons for grades K-8

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