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Social Emotional Resources

Elementary Social-Emotional Support Resources  


Counseling Support Services 

Each elementary site has a school psychologist available to support the social-emotional needs of all students on campus.  The school psychologist is a resource to students, teachers and parents when a student is struggling with concerns related to mental health, social relationships and academic growth.  School psychologists can connect families with community resources and provide guidance on how the school team can support students experiencing crisis.  The Rancho Vista psychologists will be regularly checking in with teachers and students to provide targeted support as needed. 




Social Emotional Learning Curriculum  

All PVPUSD elementary school students received instruction in social emotional learning and development through the Second Step Program.  Throughout the school year, designated Second Step lessons are delivered by the classroom teacher.  These lessons focus on social emotional skills such as empathy, emotion management, feeling identification and problem solving.  Click HERE for more information on the Second Step program. 



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South Bay Families Connected 

PVPUSD is proud to be a South Bay Families Connected Partner District. Please visit PVPUSD Families Connected to learn about PVPUSD's commitment to the social-emotional wellness of our students, as well as to access free online parenting resources on a broad array of topics, from helping youth manage technologyto helping them cope with stress and anxiety in healthy ways.   

Follow South Bay Families Connected social media for trending national youth wellness articles and upcoming event announcements.  

Together we can help our youth thrive. 


Meet the Rancho Vista School Psychologist


Cori Gorman 

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Cori Gorman is currently the School Psychologist at Rancho Vista Elementary Monday-Friday. She graduated from Long Island University: Brooklyn Campus with a Master of Education in School Psychology.  She enjoys working with children and collaborating with teachers to best support the individual needs of students. 


The best way to reach her is at [email protected] or 310-378-8388, ext. 23242. 


If you would like to reach your elementary school psychologist regarding social-emotional support, please email them directly or click the button below to complete a Form.
The school psychologist will be in touch with you via the contact information provided below.
If you are requesting support with a serious and immediate concern (yourself, your child, or a friend), please call 9-1-1.
If your concern needs immediate attention, support is also available by contacting the providers listed below.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 273-8255
Crisis Text Line: text word “HOME” to 741-741
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services: (877) 727-4747
LA County Mental Health Services: (800) 854-7771
The Trevor Project: (866) 488-7386