• This page serves as a “dashboard” of social and emotional well-being resources for Clayton students, parents and staff. With a variety of information ranging from tips from Clayton counselors to resources on some of the more common medical and mental health issues our students experience, we hope this online collection of information helps all who access it. Be sure to explore the menu on the left as it contains many links and contact information that will be beneficial to students, staff and families.

Counselors' Corner

Quick Tip

  • TIP In a effort to foster an even safer and more caring school community, the District uses SchoolMessenger Quick Tip on its website to ensure that students, staff and parents have a voice to report issues that may affect their peers and/or schools.

    Quick Tip allows school administrators to receive tips at any time and have the ability to respond in a timely manner to issues that impact the school or individual students.

    Quick Tip can be accessed via any District website, the mobile app or directly at www.claytonschools.net/quicktip. Users can identify which schools receive the tip, select an appropriate topic from the drop-down list, write the message and submit the tip. There is also an option to include a photograph as appropriate. Users may choose to communicate anonymously or leave their contact information. 

All In Clayton Coalition

Anti-Bullying Task Force

  • School Climate Survey Results

    School Climate Survey Results

    Every other year the District completes the Comprehensive School Climate Inventory with students, staff and parents across the District. Included in this article are the results from student responses from the latest inventory completed in November 2016. Click on the headline to view the results.

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Beyond the Stigma

  • The Power of Mindfulness

    The Power of Mindfulness

    The District's counselors currently are dedicating professional development time to study the importance of mindfulness in helping students make positive choices and engage effectively in school. Click on the headline to learn more.

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For Parents

  • Parenting in the 21st Century

    Parenting in the 21st Century

    The most protective factor your child has to help them through the hard stuff of life and for prepare them for successful adulthood, is the relationship they have with you. Click on the headline to learn more.

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