School Counseling

Note from Counselors

Our Mission

To provide proactive comprehensive support to address students’ social, emotional, and educational needs. This happens with the help of parents/guardians, teachers and the community to help all students succeed in school and as life-long learners in our ever changing world.


Dear Caprock Families,


Safe2Tell is a Colorado program where individuals can make an anonymous report to authorities when there is a concern if someone is threatening them, as well as friends, family, or the community. This includes your school’s safety. This report can be done by either the parent or student. Many times, students are aware of mental health concerns about their peers before adults. Safe2Tells gives students the opportunity to make a call to help protect their classmate anonymously.

Caprock Academy supports this program by informing students and parents of the program and how to use it. At the school, posters are placed around campus, students are made aware of the program by the school counselors and teachers, information is available on Caprock Academy website, and the Safe2Tell phone number is provided on the back of your student’s ID.

As a parent or guardian, it is sometimes difficult to determine the next steps to help a student when you learn of concerns. Options to consider as a parent or student is to contact the school directly or a safe adult, or another option is to contact Safe2Tell. Safe2Tell works directly with law enforcement and is available 24/7.

If your desire is to protect, prevent, or help, please send in your report.  There are three ways to contact Safe2Tell. Safe2Tell has a website at as well as contacting them via phone at 1-877-542-SAFE (7233), or by downloading their mobile app.

Attached is a URL to the Safe2Tell brochure that provides additional information.

If you have any questions or concerns, or would like more information, please reach out to our school counselors, Ms. Koronko or Mrs. McBroom or myself.


Additional Resources and Contact Information

​Reaching out and asking for help can include not only the school counselor but other trusted adults and organizations for mental health or crisis support.  Many location and national resources are available for assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Signs of Suicide Parent Portal

We are excited to announce that Caprock Academy is utilizing a brand new resource, the SOS Signs of Suicide Portal, as a part of our school-wide suicide prevention efforts. Log in to this free educational site for information on warning signs and risk factors for youth suicide, access useful resources, and to learn more about the key message all students will learn: ACT (Acknowledge, Care, Tell). You can preview the video your student will watch and take an anonymous online mental health screening on behalf of your child.

To access this mental health resource, visit and enter:
Username: caprocka-par
Password: caprockSOS



How to Talk to Children about Traumatic Event Materials

Traumatic events are an experience in life that effects each person in their own way.  There are many resources online and this is just one that has some good information.  The attached handouts also provide additional information on how to help your child as well as yourself deal with trauma in your life.  Please reach out to the school counselors if you would like additional information.

Caprock Academy Counseling Release Forms
Helplines Header
Safe to Tell     
Safe to Tell Colorado - Make a Call. Make a Difference. 
Submit an anonymous report. 877-542-7233
Learn more at
Colorado Crisis Services
Colorado Crisis Services - Supporting a Stronger State of Mind. 
844-493-8255 or text TALK to 38255

Contact Numbers





Text Safe2Tell

Text S2T to 274637


Colorado Crisis Services

844-493-TALK (8255)


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline



Crisis Text Line Text

Text TALK to 38255


Mind Springs Health Local Crisis Line



Meet Our Counselors

 Office Hours


School Days 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Friday's by appointment only


Students are welcome to ask their teacher or aide to contact the counselor during the school day to schedule an appointment. Families are welcome to make an appointment with their student's counselor by calling the front office at (970) 243-1771 or by contacting the specific counselor by email.