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Kratsas, Elaine
Student Services Coordinator

What We Do

We can assist you with:

  • Health Concerns
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Dating Conflicts
  • Long-Term Planning
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Student Forms
  • Girl's Group
  • Alateen
  • Stop Smoking/Chewing (Tobacco)
  • Short Term Counseling
  • Lost and Found
  • Information Flyers
  • Place to make phone calls
  • Geting Help for Parents
  • Coordinate Teacher Assistants

Student Services

Substance Abuse: Info for Parents & Guardians

Need to know more about Substance Abuse and Assistance but were afraid to ask your teen?  Click here  for a PowerPoint presentation explaining what drugs are common today and where to get help.

Drug Abuse Info: Facts for Teens


Check out the new site and get info to help yourself or a friend.

Alateen Meetings Now Running


Is someone's drinking bothering you?  We have Alateen meetings on campus.  Please see Mrs. Kratsas in Student Services to sign up.

Whooping Cough Immunization Now Required for All High School Students

Whooping cough (pertussis) has been widespread in California during 2010.  If you are 10 years and older you must have the “Tdap” pertussis booster shot. Getting a booster shot now will protect you, young children and old people against the ongoing threat of pertussis.   General information on pertussis can be found at:


Local Community Resources

Having a Crisis?  Homeless?  Need Assistance? - Check out the East Contra Costa Resource Guide

Find out how cell phone use affects sleep in teens

Need Help Right Now?

24 Hour Hotlines

Crisis and Suicide 800-273-8255, 888-628-9454 (Español)

Grief 800-837-1818

Homeless 800-808-6444

Youth 800-833-2900

Information & Referral 211


National Suicide Prevention Hotline Worried about yourself, a friend, a relative possibly committing suicide? Get help! Call 1-800-273 -TALK (8255) for English, 1-888-628-9454 for Spanish. This is a 24 hr hotline. More info at


GBLT National Hotline 1-888-843-4564

Monday thru Friday from 1pm to 9pm
Saturday from 9am to 2pm

Also has a youth line 1-800-246-7743

Cyber-Bullying and other Harassment

Harassment and Bullying is a rising problems in schools today.  We at Clayton Valley High School have instituted measures to address this:

  • Teachers have been told to take all student actions and threats toward other students seriously and report them to an administrator
  • Posters outlining Harassment and Bullying laws are in each room
  • Students are asked to report harassment, bullying and threats to any adult and to come to the office and write an incident statement
  • Students and parents are asked to make copies of phone texts, emails, facebook pages and any other evidence to substantiate the harassment, bullying or threats
  • Parents of harassed students are encouraged to contact school and police
  • Students who harass, bully or threaten are subject to discipline as stated in Board Policy 5135.3 below:

The MDUSD School Board policy BP  5145.3  states:

The Board prohibits intimidation or harassment of any student by any employee, student or other person in the district. Staff shall be alert and immediately responsive to student conduct which may interfere with another student's ability to participate in or benefit from school services, activities or privileges.  Students who harass other students shall be subject to appropriate discipline, up to and including counseling, suspension and/or expulsion. An employee who permits or engages in harassment may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal.

Other Resources:

Social Networking Sites: Safety Tips for Tween and Teens  (We have some printed copies of this available in Dr. Brockman's and Mrs. Colbert's office)

Bullying at School and Online: Quick Fact for Parents  (an ebook to download)

Website: Bullying - At School and Online (contains many more resources and articles)

Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online  (We have some printed copies of this available in Dr. Brockman's and Mrs. Colbert's office)