Welcome, Bobcat family!Bobcat

We hope that this message finds you well. We know that these times are not necessarily easy, but please know that we are here for you, as we start our new school year with Distance Learning. 

All of our students have been added to our Google classroom called                              Counsel Connect.
There, you will find access to our lessons, activities, resources and much more! 
Counseling Welcome Video: Welcome Video! 


Contact information                                                                              

*Important: If you, your child, or someone in your home is having thoughts of suicide, please call 911 immediately.                      MVMS

Ms. Martinez
Serving Students A-L
Phone Number: (951) 654-9361 (ex. 5981)
Mrs. Navia
Serving Students M-Z
Phone Number: (951) 654-9361 (ex. 5994) 
Counseling Resources 
Information regarding Mental Health Services from our District Website: SJUSD Mental Health Support
Care solace is a web-based care navigation system that enables the fast, easy, and convenient connection of students and families in need of mental healthcare to qualified providers and resources. Care Concierge experts are available 24/7 to help families through the process of accessing community based mental health programs and resources or telehealth services. Go to the attached link provided and fill out the information and someone will help connect you to the mental health resources you need: CareSolace

                                                                       Our Mission

The mission of the School Counseling Program is to ensure that all of our students receive equitable access to the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to achieve academic excellence, college/career readiness, personal growth, and social responsibility to become contributing members of their community.Image result for school counseling multi tier system of support 

  • We support students in all three domains: Academic, Social/Emotional and College, and Career.
  • All students receive classroom lessons in all three domains according to their grade level. 
  • Some students participate in small groups according to their needs (Academic, Attendance, Social/Emotional, Behavior).
  • Few students are referred to outside counseling.