Taylor Middle School Peer Mediators meet Alex, star of the "Bully" Movie
211 Bay AreaHelp with food, housing, healthcare, and much more
Star VistaCrisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Center
School Safety and Violence Prevention
The Safe Routes to School mission is to advocate for safe walking and bicycling to and from schools, and in daily life, to improve the health and well-being of Millbrae children and to foster the creation of a livable, sustainable community.
District/ School plan
California Youth Crisis Hotline 1-800-843-5200 (A resource for students if they are ever in need of support)
National Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-422-4453
Centers For Disease Control and Prevention 1-800-232-4686 (cdc.gov)
Stop Bullying (stopbullying.gov)
Taylor Middle School Students from the leadership class voluntarily \
Boys Group / Life Skills Group
Students learn emotional regulation skills and impulse control techniques. This group seems particularly relevant in light of recent research connecting impulse control to future academic success, professional success, and overall happiness.
Social Skills Group
Social skills groups fall into two categories. One group runs in the beginning of the year and focuses on students who are new to school, city, state, or country. Students are able to discuss what it is like to adjust to a new place in the company of others who have similar experiences. A second social skills groups focuses on differentiating between the different types of communcation. It focuses on the in vivo learning of assertive communication skills.
Some students are eligible for Personalized Learning Plans, Student Support Team Meetings, as well as 504 accomodations. Student don't need to be struggling academically to receive support or services.
The Millbrae Education Foundation is a non-profit foundation made up of parents and volunteers dedicated to supporting the children of the Millbrae School District.
Quick Tips For Parents:
- Be aware and informed
- Friend your children (even if they're afraid you'll embarrass them)
- It is appropriate to parent in the virtual world
- Have conversations regarding online behavior (digital footprint)
- Teach and model good digital citizenship
The Three “P’s”
- Post thoughtfully
- Protect privacy
- Play fairly
Parents Guide to Social Networking
Tips for Tweens
Slides From The Cyber Bullying Presentation
NEW! Parenting In A Digital World
NEW! Parenting In A Digital World (Talking Points)