High SchoolEarly College Campus
2925 Rosamond Blvd.
Rosamond, CA 93560
For any computer/technology support reach out to:
Ken Dickinson, Information System Technician
Hello Students and Families -
Today starts the first day of remote learning at RHECC. Students are expected to check their e-mails and Google Classroom to complete assignments assigned by their teachers daily. We recognize that there are many questions and concerns during this unprecedented time and want you to know that counselors are still available to help and answer your questions as they arise.
During this time the RHECC School Counseling Department will be operating virtually. School counselors are available through email, virtual meetings (e.g., Zoom, Google Meet) or phone. School counselors will be answering their phones and checking their emails from home. To schedule an appointment, students and parents may email/call the school counselor directly to find a mutually agreed upon date/time.
Stephanie Lipari (A-K) - firstname.lastname@example.org 661-418-7149
Holly Smith (L-Z) email@example.com 661-752-5825
OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday from 7:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Emails received after school hours will be answered during the next business day.
Mental Health Contacts:
Suicide Precention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line: Text “HOME” to 741741
Tips for Taking Care of Your Mental Health During Coronavirus Closures
- Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to social media and news stories about COVID-19. It’s okay to stay informed, but overexposing ourselves to too much information can be stressful and overwhelming.
- Make sure you are still taking care of your body! Getting enough sleep, eating healthy, and making sure we are still moving around can help us take care of our mental health. Some ideas to consider:
- Practice mindfulness and/or meditation.
- Make sure to get some fresh air and sunlight, maybe sit by a window while doing homework/or reading, do a quick workout in your own yard, etc.
- Use home workout videos to keep moving and exercising.
- Find some healthy recipes and try your hand at cooking, not only are you fueling your body with healthy food, but it could also be a fun experience!
- Make time to connect with others who live in your home or with friends through phone calls or video chats.
- Practice hobbies and activities you enjoy. It's important to keep up on school and work, but fun and enjoyment are also factors that promote positive mental health.
Ideas for your students while they are at home:
- Write a Letter to a Friend or Family Member!
- Make a List of Things You’re Grateful For!
- Read a Book or Magazine...for fun!
- Have a Dance Party with Friends via FaceTime!
- Disconnect from Social Media...even if it’s just for 30 minutes!
- Virtually go on a College Tour: College Tour
- Research Careers that might interest you: Interest Inventory
- Center Yourself When Things Get Overwhelming By Practicing Mindfulness Techniques
- Virtually Tour Museums: Google Arts and Culture
- Virtually Visit the Zoo: Cincinnati Zoo Home Safari Each day at Noon on Facebook
- Actor Josh Gad (the voice of Olaf from Frozen) Each night on his Twitter page @joshgad, he will read a children’s book for families
ABOVE ALL ELSE, TAKE CARE OF YOURSELVES. WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER. REACH OUT FOR HELP WHEN NEEDED.