Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Resource Bank

Amid COVID-19, many people might be experiencing various emotions that could impact their mental health. Not only are adults navigating through times of uncertainty, but children and teens are also. Since this is so, it is important for adults and young people to take care of themselves, as they recognize any and all emotions that might be impacted adversely during this pandemic. The listed mental health resource bank can be helpful to teachers and parents, as they take steps toward self-care. Teachers, parents, and other caregivers can also use this resource bank for children and teens, so they can benefit from self-care as well.   
 
Click Here for Mental Health Resource Bank 
Click Here for Self-Care Checklist  

Mental Health Behavioral Referral Form
 

Mental Health Links

Handle with Care


If your scholar or your family is experiencing difficulties at home, Selma City Schools would like to provide additional support at school. We understand that everyone is not comfortable sharing details and that is okay! 

If your scholar is coming to school after a difficult night, morning, or weekend, please email or text our Academic Support Team with your scholar's name and the words "HANDLE WITH CARE. " This will let us know that your scholar needs extra time, patience, or help throughout the day. We're in this together.

Academic Support Team Contacts

MENTAL HEALTH COORDINATOR: MS. K. EVANS 
Phone: (205) 310-8033 

BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONIST: DR. A. SMILEY 
Phone: (334) 267-0357 

EARLY AND SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING COORDINATOR MS. C. RANDOLPH 
Phone: (334) 419-7250  

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