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Las Lomitas/La Entrada Counselor
Jennifer Montalvo
Las Lomitas/La Entrada Counselor Vivian Tavernakis
Adolescent Counseling Services Casia Ravi
District Nurse Kelly Muenzen
District Nurse Julia DeSaram
Wellnes Coordinator Nell Curran ncurran@llesd.or

Balancing the demands of work, managing house responsibilities, schooling, and entertaining children, or facing unexpected hardship can be challenging.  Refer to the San Mateo County Office of Education’s family-specific resources page for a range of resources, which is updated regularly. The Child Mind Institute also offers resources, including telehealth support parent support groups, articles, and webinars.


Meal Access/Distribution

Families who qualify for free and reduced lunch continue to have access to daily meals that are distributed via bus route while in Shelter in Place.    
To find Bay Area locations serving food to school children and their families see this Stanford Food Map, sign up for the California Department of Education’s CA Meals for Kids app, or visit Second Harvest website and Second Harvest Food Bank Resources.
LLESD offers childcare via Champions on our Las Lomitas Elementary school site for children of essential workers.  Please contact Sharon Pfeiffer, Champions Program Manager at Las Lomitas Elementary School, for further information. 

School Counselors

Counselors Jennifer Montalvo and Vivian Tavernakis are available to support students in the areas of academic achievement or personal/social development and to facilitate interventions for student success.
For immediate needs, contact: StarVista 24-hour Crisis hotline at 650.579.0350 or text “home” to 741-741.

Adolescent Counseling Services

For Students: ACS is continuing to offer individual counseling to students at La Entrada via HIPAA compliant Telehealth means. If a student is needing short-term, immediate sessions ACS is still accepting new students and will continue to do so. Parents can self-refer their student to ACS services by emailing or calling 650-450-8221 
ACS encourages parents to reach out at any time; if parents have any questions or concerns concerning the mental health of their child, ACS will do their best to find support for students and their families.