Health & Wellness Resources



Governor Newsom partnered with Parents Anonymous Inc. (PAI) launched the California Parent & Youth Helpline and Online Parent Anonymous Support Groups. For more information click on this link CAParentYouthHelpline. California Parent and Youth helpline is available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Armenian and Russian.

If you would like to discuss this program, please feel free to reach out to your students School Counselor

Health and Wellness Tips

  1. Taking just one minute to practice mindfulness has a positive effect on your wellbeingFor this months guided mindfulness minute, click here 

  2. It's essential to get moving after a day of school on Zoom! Use this fun and free app by Nike for a personalized workout clickhere 

  3. Volunteering is so helpful for the community and will uplift your mood If you or your student are searching for volunteering opportunities (social distance friendly or remotely), click here

  4. COVID19 and mental health information, helplines, and resources click here

School Counselors are also available to refer students and families to resources and offer guidance.

Below are some links that may be useful!

SDUSD Student Support Page:

SDUSD Family and Parent Resources Page:

And some articles about...



Yoga Could Help Teens Ward Off Anxiety, Study Shows:

Yoga Benefits Teen Mental Health:

22-minute Yoga practice! Students can log on and practice anywhere:



Healthy Diet/Nutrition for Teen Athletes:

Protein and the Teen Athlete (convenient chart):



5 ways to Help Unfit Teens Get Moving:

Fitness Benefits for Teens (with links to 7 Most Effective Exercises, an Exercise and Fitness Quiz):

How Long Should Teenagers Exercise? (in depth article addressing cardio, strength and importance of implementing a generally healthy lifestyle for teens):

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