COVID-19 Student Support Services

Student Support Services Department

 

Inspire, educate, and advocate for all students.

Glasgow Elementary

518-563-2410

Tracey Giroux ● School Counselor

Sheldon Cullen ● School Psychologist

 

Oak Street Elementary

518-563-4950

Garret McLean ● School Psychologist

 

Momot Elementary

518-563-1140

Kelly Cooper ● School Counselor

Tracie McCarthy ● School Psychologist

Savannah Therrien ● School Psychologist

 

Stafford Middle School

518-563-6800

Janet Hankins ● School Counselor

Grace Prue ● School Counselor

Christina Santella ● School Counselor

Kelly Bilow ● School Psychologist

 

Plattsburgh High School

518-561-7500

Alan Feazelle ● School Counselor

Rory LaPage ● School Counselor

Amy Tisdale ● School Counselor

James DeBella ● School Psychologist

Sunshine Quinn ● School Psychologist

Helpful Online Resources

Helpful Online Resources and Local Community Agency Contact Information:

 

Centers for Disease Control

 

Handwashing and Hand Sanitizer Use

 

Talking to Kids about the Coronavirus

 

Plattsburgh Interfaith Food Shelf – Regional Food Bank

 

Clinton County Mobile Crisis Team

  • 866.5PREVENT (577.3836)

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

  • 800.273.TALK (8255) or text GOT5 to 741741

 

The Trevor Project – a Crisis Hotline for LGBTQ Youth

  • 866.488.7386

 

Crisis Text Line

  • Text HOME to 741741 to connect to a Crisis Counselor

 

Clinton County Department of Health

 

Department of Social Services

 

Behavioral Health Services North (BHSN)

 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

 

Clinton County Mental Health

  • 565.4060
School closed Friday, 2/3/23

School closed Friday, 2/3/23

The weather forecast for Friday and Saturday features atypical, concerning cold weather.  As you know, our district features a mix of modes of student commute to school, and a robust slate of co-curricular activities which are scheduled throughout the coming days.

Given the dangerous temperatures which are predicted, school on Friday, February 3rd, 2023 is cancelled, and an emergency closure day will be used.

Typically, when such emergency closures are made, co-curricular activities are similarly-cancelled.  For the most part, this will still be the case, but certain pre-arranged co-curricular activities will be allowed to proceed, so long as additional layers of safety/student protection are applied.  These considerations have been addressed with the Advisors.  So, unless students and parents receive a different communication from the Coach/Advisor, co-curricular activities are also cancelled tomorrow evening (February 3rd), and on Saturday, February 4th.

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