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Wellness

Hermosa Beach City School District is committed to wellness and well-being for our students, staff, and community. For more information, please contact our principals or Superintendent. 
 
Social Emotional Learning Committee 
The SEL Committee has met for two years in order to better support the health of students. This committee of administrators, counselors, and parents, has created several initiatives, including the additional counselor and Parent-Counselor Chats. To learn more about our HBCSD Wellness Programs (CLICK HERE). 
 
Below you will find more resources within our school community: 
 

Immediate, Crisis Support
If you have a serious and immediate safety concern regarding a student (yourself or a friend), please call 9-1-1. If your concern needs immediate mental health attention, support is also available by contacting one of the providers listed below.

  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255
  • Crisis Text Line: text word “HOME” to 741-741
  • Didi Hirsch Mental health Services: (877) 727-4747
  • LA County Mental Health Services: (800) 854-7771
  • The Trevor Project: (866) 488-7386
 
 

Beach Cities Health District:  HBCSD is in partnership with our local health district to secure grants, resources, and services for our families. 

 South Bay Families Connected: Resources, videos and educational material provided on this website page will support our parents, teachers, and staff as we work together in our shared vision of empowering all students to achieve and thrive. Additionally, this project aligns with our mission of creating a culture of inclusion, and helps us expand that intention beyond our school as a community-wide South Bay effort. 

The Empathy Project: Confused about the difference between empathy and sympathy? Learn the difference. Worried about “selfie culture”? Learn how we, as a community, can work together to build “UnSelfie” culture in Hermosa Beach!

The 'Start with Hello' Program: Teaching students the skills they need to reach out to and include those who may not feel connected at school.

California Social Emotional Learning Framework: Our district is modeling its social emotional programming from the California standards in order to ensure students are receiving the support and learning the skills they need to be confident and capable individuals. See frameworks and programming below: