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Canyon Crest Academy

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Coffee with Killeen

Coffee with Killeen

Join Principal Brett Killeen at Coffee with Killeen for this opportunity to engage in informal question and answer, discussion, and getting to know more about our school.
Upcoming Parent Presentations!

Upcoming Parent Presentations!

In partnership with Rady Children's Hospital, SDCOE is hosting a series of free webinars to help families through mental health struggles in young people. The next date in the series is Feb. 28, 2023. All sessions are from 6 to 7 p.m.

The four-part webinar series begins at 6 p.m. Jan. 31 on the topic of eating disorders, how to spot the signs, and model healthy eating and body image. Parents, caregivers, and family members from across San Diego County are encouraged to attend. Registration is required to receive the link to join. Spanish interpretation will be available for every session.
Save the date for the following series webinars and check back for registration information.
Feb. 28: The Real Deal: Connection Between Vaping, Cannabis Use, and Mental Health
March 21: Depression and Anxiety: The Mental Health Challenges Facing Youth Today
April 25: Establishing Healthy Relationships
You can view recorded webinars from the 2022 mental health series with Rady Children's on the Mental Health Supports webpage.
Counseling Website has previously recorded videos and upcoming parent presentation information.
Being well improves your ability to navigate challenges as a parent. Being mindful of caring for yourself helps you cope with stress, be flexible, and better respond to stress and adversity. With increased emotional resilience, you have more energy to support your family. For more information or to register for this free webinar, please click the link above. 

Community Based Resources

Interested in Mental Health-Related Programs and Counseling Services Outside of CCA? Please see our page on Care Solace, a platform that confidentially connects families with local resources that match their needs.
Community Resources Information: The options listed in this document are local resources provided for the convenience of families and parents who are seeking services they deem necessary for their child.
Technology resources

Technology resources

Please go to the site and click on the Tech Hub for helpful videos that will show students and parents how to navigate the technology needed for school.
If you have another problem or require further support, please contact the learning commons technician:  

Student Wellness and Safety Resources

CCA teachers provide this safety information to their classes on a yearly basis. The informational slide deck includes personal wellness and coping strategies, protective factors, risk factors and warning signs, avenues for reporting concerns, and various ways to get support.

Social and Emotional Resources

If there is acute distress,
  • 911 if emergency, including PERT
  • SD Access & Crisis Line (888) 724-7240 24/7, 150 languages
  • Disaster Distress Helpline: Call this toll-free number to be connected to the nearest crisis center for information, support, and counseling.1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. (TTY 1-800-846-8517) Disaster Distress Helpline Website:
  • Mandatory Report Suspected Abuse Hotline 858-560-2191 /1(800) 344-6000