Student Services and Family Support
Salem Public Schools provides a range of student and family services in all PreK-12 schools and seeks to ensure every student has what they need to thrive in school and the community.
A team of certified school counselors across the district assist leaders and teaching staff in proactively building learning environments where each student feels a sense of belonging, confidence, and autonomy.
At each level, School Adjustment Counselors, City Connects Coordinators, and College and Career Counselors work as a team to provide comprehensive school counseling programs that incorporate prevention and intervention activities. Counselors are available to respond to the social, emotional, and mental health needs that arise with students and offer direct individual and group counseling to assist students in developing skills necessary to fully engage in school. College and Career Counselors at the high school level are instrumental in preparing students for post high school graduation, as well as college and career awareness.
If you would like to connect with a counselor at your child’s school, please contact the main office at your school.
If you would like more information on the student and family support services offered at Salem Public Schools, please contact Adam Colantuoni, Executive Director of Student Services and Family Support at 978-740-1211 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student and Family Mental Health Resources
As a school district, we want to make sure our staff and families know what might be available in the community for mental health and physical support. You can find a list of these supports on this page.
Teen Health Center at Salem High School
North Shore Community Health operates Salem High School’s school-based health centers, which provides integrated primary care and behavioral health services to students. If you need access to the Teen Health Center at Salem High School, please visit them on campus or call (978)740-1220