Mental Health Services:
Grandview High School Mental Health Team consists of three full time school psychologists/social worker. School psychologists and social worker at Grandview embrace a preventative and early intervention model, designed to meet the mental health, social-emotional and behavioral needs of all students. These professionals provide crisis intervention and support. Additionally, the team is also available for consultation on many issues which may affect learning and school success.
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Evidence-based program for suicide, violence, bullying and substance abuse prevention through training, supporting and empowering both peer leaders and caring adults to impact their world through the power of connection, hope, help and strength. Focuses on the eight themes of Mental Health, Family Support, Positive Friends, Mentors, Healthy Activities, Generosity, Spirituality and Medical Access.
Ms. Karina Bonilla
Dr. Maryn Case
Class of 2022 & 2024
Dr. Scott Narcisi
Gifted & Talented
Ms. Connie Salas
School Social Worker
Class of 2023 & 2025
Grandview High School has partnered with AllHealth Network to bring school based services to our school. AllHealth Network is a community based mental health center that has served our community for 60 years. Services include individual and group counseling. If you are interested in these services for your child, please contact your student’s counselor or mental health provider for more information. AllHealth Network accepts Medicaid and most private insurance to pay for these services.
The Military & Family Counseling Program
Grandview High School has partnered with the Department of Defense to bring The Military Family Life Counseling (MFLC) Program to our school. We recognize military life can be challenging for families, especially for students who may be changing schools due to reassignments or change of stations. The MFLC Program is designed to give students of military families extra support as they navigate their way through school.
Eligible participants in the MFLC Program include:
- *Active-duty service members
- *National Guard and reserve members (regardless of activation status)
- *Coast Guard members (when activated for the Navy)
- *Department of Defense expeditionary civilians (90 days before deployment through 180 days post-deployment)
- *And their immediate family members are eligible for services.
- *Veterans and their immediate families are eligible up to 180 days past separation from the military.