Student Wellness and Academic Support
Student Wellness and Academic Support  
(p) 980.343.2383  (f) 980.343.3777

Dr. Cotrane Penn, Executive Director, Student Services

Social Emotional Supports


In need of school counseling information?

School Counseling website

How do we teach social emotional skills in schools?

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL)

Is your child having behavioral difficulties?


Need to know about school-based mental health services?

Are you concerned about bullying?

Please report your concern anonymously here.


Do you need information about what classes your student should take, college advisement, or graduation requirements?

School Counseling 

Is your student struggling with reading, writing, or math?

Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS)
School Psychology website

Is your student struggling with organizational skills, time management, or other critical skills that impact academics?

School Counseling website
School Psychology website

Home & Family

Are you homeless or doubled-up with another family?

McKinney-Vento website

In need of food assistance or other community supports?

School Social Work website

Does your student have attendance problems?

Truancy website
School Social Work website

Do you need to talk with someone about your child’s behavioral challenges at home?

School Psychology website


Does your student have a medical condition that may impact them at school?

Need support getting medical care or immunizations?

Worried about your student’s mental health?

Think your student may have a problem with drugs, alcohol, e-cigarettes, or vaping?

P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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