Student Wellness & Resources
During this time of school closure and remote learning we want your school experience to be successful. You can request to speak with a School Based Therapist or School Psychologist while campus is closed by filling out our FUHSD Wellness Check In Form. We take appointments during regular school hours, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
If this is a medical or mental health emergency, DO NOT fill out this form. Call 911 or visit your nearest hospital emergency room if you can get there safely.
A licensed Therapist is available to provide crisis and short term counseling, assessment, parent consultation and education as well as make referrals to additional professional services. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Lynbrook's School Based Therapist, Jenna Starnes (Jenna_Starnes@fuhsd.org).
The Lynbrook High School Guidance Department has partnered with Student Health 101 to provide current insight and resources to maintain socio-emotional and physical health. The Student Health 101 website is updated monthly, as is the Student Health 101 smartphone app. A one-time set-up is required to receive notifications from Student Health 101.
Lynbrook High School staff can refer a student to the District's School Linked Services Specialist for referrals to community resources by filling out this form.
West Valley Community Services: WVCS provides emergency financial assistance and food support for families impacted by COVID-19 living in Cupertino, Saratoga and West San Jose (95129 and 95130)
For additional resources, visit the FUHSD Mental Health Resources webpage.