Even in the best of times, being a teenager can be tough and you may be dealing with challenges that feel overwhelming.
Remember that you are not alone with any of your feelings. Please know that all the faculty and staff at Spaulding High School are thinking of you. If you, a friend, or family need help please refer to the resources shared on this page.
If you have questions or concerns reach out to your school counselor at 802-476-6411, email or zoom contact information can be found at the bottom of this page.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, contact Washington County Mental Health.
Services Crisis line 802-229-0591 or the Clara Martin Center Emergency Services line (formerly Orange County Mental Health Services) for Orange County residents at 1-800-639-6360.
You can also contact 211 to obtain information on how to access assistance for other concerns such as, help with housing, food, etc.
Please don't hesitate to reach out to us for support as you adjust to these new times.
Take time in your day to find the calm, go for walks, take deep breaths and even FaceTime friends or family by staying connected
Our Student Assistance Program (SAP) consists of two counselors who identify and assist students experiencing stress that is impeding their school performance or social and emotional well-being. The SAPs works with students who are dealing with a variety of personal issues, including those related to alcohol and other drugs, depression, anxiety, academic issues, family and friend stressors to name a few. Our SAP Counselors are Dawn Poitras and PJ LaPerle, they can be reached at 802-276-4811 ext. 1203, or by email (Dawn Poitras- firstname.lastname@example.org and PJ LaPerle- email@example.com ).