All high schools in the Sequoia Union High School District have school psychologists who support special education and general education students. Our school psychologists conduct evaluations to identify disabilities that impact learning, attend Student Study Team meetings to address students' needs at school, and provide consultation to teachers, administrators, and other school staff. The school psychologists are knowledgeable about the district's special education programs and students' social-emotional functioning and behavioral adjustment.
If you believe that your child has an unidentified disabling condition that warrants a psychoeducational evaluation for special education services, you should contact the Student Study Team Coordinator at your school of residence.
Please note that counseling services are generally provided by designated programs and agencies on campus. If you have concerns about placement for your special education student, please contact the district Program Specialist assigned to your child's program.