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Suicide Prevention

Superintendent’s Statement

Student wellness is a top priority for the San Ramon Valley Unified School District.  For years, the District has put into place education and prevention programs at all grade levels to assist students’ mental health. This Comprehensive Toolkit will reinforce the District’s on-going efforts to support student wellness.  It is our privilege to guide and nurture students on their life journey to becoming healthy, well-adjusted and well-rounded adults.

A special thanks to the many counselors and school psychologists who created the district’s comprehensive toolkit.  Without their tireless efforts and many hours of research and editing, this district resource would not have been possible.

 

-Rick Schmitt, Superintendent

October 2017

 

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