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Wellness Center Staff

  Mireya Cervantes (562) 423-1471 ex: 2224 School Psychologist - Wellness Center


Hours: 8:00-4:00

With a pass during class time, or drop in at Nutrition, Lunch or After School. 


Location: Moved to B2-2
Ext. 2287

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Wellness Center

Mission Statement

Our mission at the Wellness Center is to EMPOWER Jordan students to THRIVE and achieve LIFE-LONG success through EXPERIENCES that cultivate holistic well-being.

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About Us

The Wellness Center is a safe place on campus where students can drop in to receive social-emotional support during the school day. Students may drop in any time between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM. A pass is required from a teacher, counselor or administrator. Feel free to come in during lunch or nutrition.

How does a student access the Wellness Center?

  • Self-referral
  • Request of a counselor
  • Parent referral
  • Administrative referral
  • Teacher or staff referral
  • Referral by friends

The Wellness Center can be of assistance and support for these concerns and more:

  • Conflict Resolution
  • Short term Individual/Group Counseling
  • Stress Management

Coping Strategies The Wellness Center believes:

  • Tools to manage stress at school, and home
  • All students have dignity, worth, and the potential to succeed.
  • Support from home, school and community enhances all students’ opportunity to reach their potential.
  • All students have individual differences which need to be addressed by all personnel through the use of teamwork and collaboration.

Additional Services Offered by the Wellness Center:

  • In-Service training for students, staff, and parents
  • Referrals to agencies in the community
  • Risk/threat assessments
  • Information regarding social-emotional concerns that impact adolescents

The Wellness Center Can Offer Support to Students in Many Situations:

“I’m having family problems, and I don’t know what’s going to happen.”

“I’m stressed about school”

“I’m new here, and I’m having trouble making friends.”

“I’m not feeling like myself.”

“I feel alone at school.”

“I am always sad and I can’t seem to enjoy myself anymore.”

“I have a bad temper, and I need to learn how to control it.”

“My friend is struggling emotionally and has been absent from school an awful lot this year.”