Grunsky Elementary School Counseling
Welcome to the Grunsky Elementary School Counseling's Website. Here you'll find more information about your counselors, what we do, and why we do it!
The vision of Grunsky Elementary School's Comprehensive School Counseling Program is that all students have the grit and resilience needed to become the best version of themselves. They demonstrate the mastery of the integral social/emotional, academic, and college and career skills necessary for their long-term success. They are able to realize their worth, their voice, and their value as life-long learners. They appreciate empathy, maintain cultural awareness, and strive to be contributing productive and successful members of our society.
Virtual School Counseling Services
We continue to support our students via digital means during distance learning. Your School Counselors will be available between the hours of 8:00am - 2:00 pm, Monday - Friday. You may contact your child's School Counselor via email or phone (see below). Please allow one business day for a response. We appreciate your patience, understanding, and flexibility.
WE ARE WILLING TO TALK ABOUT...
name calling ♦ love ♦ adoption ♦ grades ♦ healthy and unhealthy relationships ♦ prejudice ♦ race ♦ homelessness and stress about money ♦ coming out/LGBTQ ♦ grief ♦ anger ♦ divorce ♦ parents ♦ friends ♦ DACA/citizenship status/your papers ♦ bullying/cyber-bullying ♦ death ♦ siblings ♦ self-esteem ♦ sex ♦ drugs ♦ alcohol ♦ feelings and emotions ♦ gangs ♦ loneliness ♦ arguments ♦ abuse/assaults ♦ foster care ♦ harassment ♦ peer pressure ♦ suicide ♦ cutting ♦ social media ♦ friends ♦ fear/worries ♦ future plans ♦ your past ♦ teachers ♦ college ♦ careers ♦ ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING ON YOUR MIND.
How to contact your favorite School Counselor:
You may make a Request for a Virtual Appointment here.
(**Note: Virtual services via email, audio, and video conferencing are not secure for personal issues and pose confidentiality issues).
(209) 933-7200 ext. 4809
Mondays - Fridays (8 am - 2 pm)
Mrs. Yang has been with Stockton Unified School District as a School Counselor for the past three years. Prior to working with SUSD, Mrs. Yang worked with foster youths and parents in the foster care system (Child Protection Services, Foster Care Agencies, and Mental Health). Mrs. Yang is also bilingual in Hmong.
Click on the link below to watch a short introduction video of Mrs. Yang
Mrs. Bennett Brown (BB)
(209) 933-7200 ext. 4809
Google Voice Number: (916) 538-3383
Thursdays & Fridays (Alternating Wednesdays)
Click on the link below for a short introduction video of Mrs. BB
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please contact our county hotline at 1-209-468-8686, National Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, call 911, or go to the nearest emergency room / hospital.