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North County Youth Resource Guide

See the attachment, which contains a wealth of information and references on the following topics:

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs

Child Abuse and Neglect

Decision-Making

Disabilities

Discrimination

Driving

Eating Disorders

Education

Emotional and Mental Health

Employment

Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation

Health and Nutrition

Intimate Partner Violence

Mentoring

 

Personal Safety

Running Away and Homelessness

Sexual Issues

Suicide

Support Groups

Teens and the Law

Volunteering

North County Lifeline

North County Lifeline is an organization of case managers, counselors, therapists, mentors, social service workers, assessment specialists, program developers, mediators, educators, youth leaders, volunteers, interns and administrators.

At VHS Lifeline provides free group counseling on campus during ELP on the following topics: Decision Making, Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drugs, Conflict Resolution, and Anger Management. They provide individual on-campus counseling through their Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment program.

Lifeline provides many other services off-campus. Please visit their website at: www.nclifeline.org or ask your counselor for more information.

Vista Community Clinic

Since 1972, Vista Community Clinic has been dedicated to providing quality health care to those who experience economic, social, or cultural barriers. VCC's staff of dedicated and highly trained professionals is committed to providing the quality health care that is essential for the overall well-being of the community-at-large. Visit their website for further details about their free services at: http://www.vistacommunityclinic.org/

Rady Children's Behavioral Crisis Center

Rady Children’s Behavioral Crisis Center is available to youth experiencing acute distress including, but not limited to:

  • Suicide Risk
  • Risk of Violence
  • Psychotic Thinking
  • Out-of-Control Behaviors
  • Co-Occurring Substance 
  • Abuse Disorders

Please see this attachment for further details

or click here for a Spanish version

e2020

Vista High School offers a dynamic College Prep Credit Recovery and Remediation option called e2020. Students may be enrolled in this class during the school day, or after school. Because e2020 is all web-based, students can accelerate through the work by spending extra time at home or from any computer on e2020. See your counselor for more details or visit http://www.education2020.com

Rosetta Stone Language Learning Software

Rosetta Stone language software is a fully interactive software that incorporates voice recognition, reading, writing and listening. Students are able to get extra help in the VHS language lab after school, during ELP, etc. Students may use the software as a tutoring tool or to simply enhance their knowledge of another language. To learn more about Rosetta Stone please ask your student's foreign language teacher, or visit http://www.rosettastone.com 

21st Century Panther After Hours

The 21st Century Grant is a large federally funded grant that allows Vista High School students the ability to enroll in fun after school programs that keep them connected to the school.  Some of these after school programs include classes in Jewelry making, video gaming, personal training, cosmetology, hip hop dance, self defense, yoga, SAT Prep, creative writing, girl empowerment, fashion, cooking, Encuentros, gardening, language enhancement, Ballet Folklorico, strength and agility, Science Olympiad, and Hiking.  These classes are open to ALL students on campus and can be attended on a “drop in” basis.  In addition, the Library has extended it’s hours through the 21st Century Grant in order to better serve the student body at VHS.  The Library is now open until 5:00 every day!  Students are encouraged to participate in these fun and exciting classes after school.  

 

For more information regarding the after school 21st Century Grant Opportunities please contact Kim Camplisson at kimcamplisson@vusd.k12.ca.us or (760) 726-5611 ext. 71707.  

School Truancy Interventionist

Vista High School employs an experienced truancy interventionist that works 1 on 1 with students and parents to track the attendance of students.  Students that are not attending school on a regular basis are identified by the School Truancy Interventionist and are referred to the School Attendance Review Board for further intervention.  The School Truancy Interventionist works within the community, performs home visits, conducts periodic meetings with law enforcement authorities and works with students having school attendance issues.   If you would like further information regarding the School Truancy Interventionist, please contact the Vista High School Administrative Team.

Read 180

Read 180 is an intensive, state approved reading intervention program that services selected 9th grade students at Vista High School.  The highly engaging software differentiates instruction to meet the reading needs and levels of selected VHS 9th graders.  The program incorporates teacher led instruction, audio books, computerized software, listening and speaking activities and hands on reading instruction. More information can be found at http://teacher.scholastic.com/products/read180/overview/tour.htm

Khan Academy

Khan Academy a not-for-profit with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere.

 
All of the site's resources are available to anyone. It doesn't matter if you are a student, teacher, home-schooler, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a friendly alien just trying to get a leg up in earthly biology. Khan Academy's materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.
 

Math Renaissance

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