The challenges faced by students in high school are both varied and unique. We hope to help our students navigate some of these challenges by providing resources to help both students and parents as they work through any obstacles that can sometimes hinder academic performance and social and emotional growth while here at Corner Canyon. We hope you find these useful.
SafeUT Crisis and Tip Line
Resources by Topic
Bullying and Harassment
Bullying is defined as “aggressive behavior that is intentional and that involves an imbalance of power or strength.” A student is being bullied or victimized when he or she is exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more students.
Cyber-bullying is defined as “sending insulting, threatening or harassing messages by phone or computer, or electronic messaging.”
If you have knowledge of cyber-bullying or any misconduct please meet with your assistant principal as soon as possible. Canyons School district also maintains a site where students and parents may report instances of bullying, harassment, discrimination, hazing, or abuse:
NASP Article: Supporting Vulnerable Students in Stressful Times: Tips for Parents
Anxiety and Stress
If you or a friend are feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and stressed out, please make an appointment with your counselor to learn some coping skills and resources. CCHS Counselors are kind, caring, and concerned about each student and are here to help.
Angstmovie.com/blog offers many great resources about anxiety. They offer app, books, videos and many more recommendations that have been examined by experts in the mental health field.
Family and Crisis Counseling
Canyons District offers family and individual counseling services and classes for families in the Canyons School District. All services are free of charge and provided by our experienced school psychologists. Click here to see what services are offered.
E-Cigarettes and Vaping
Drug and Alcohol Abuse
There is a class at the Canyons Family Center on Early Intervention for Drug and Alcohol Abuse.
Early Intervention (4-week class): The Early Intervention class is designed for students (6th through 12th grade) who may have made poor decisions regarding drugs and alcohol, and may be at-risk for further substance-abuse related issues.The class includes specific lessons on problem-solving, decision-making, communication skills, mood management, the stages of adolescent drug/alcohol dependency, and basic drug/alcohol information. A parent/guardian is required to attend the class with the student. Participants can begin this class any Wednesday.
Anyone interested can sign up for the class, and our School Psychologist, Doug Buerger, is a great resource in our school if you have any questions.
Screenagers Movie website has a great blog, called Tech Talk Tuesdays. It offers many topics to help you manager and decrease struggles around screen time.