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Distance Learning Counseling Resources

We are still here for you!


Dear students and families,


We know that this is a challenging situation, with many unknowns.  We are still here for you and doing our best to support our Centerville families!  Please be patient with us as we navigate this new idea of "distanced counseling."  We would love to hear your ideas and feedback! 


Our hope is to provide both social-emotional and academic virtually (online) until school resumes.  Please click on the links below for resources to support your family and our community in the coming weeks. 


Continue to reach out to us through schoolloop or district email.  We also moderate the Centerville Instagram account @centerville_mustangs and we share community resources and positive, uplifting school news there. 


With care and kindness,

Ms. Gai, Ms. Schrenk and Mrs. Glaze

Counselor Contact Information During School Closure

Counselors will be available during normal school hours from 8:00 - 3:00.  If your student is in need of immediate support outside of these hours, please see the “Crisis Resources” below. Counselors can be contacted through Schoollop, e-mail or through the google voice phone numbers set up for use during school closure. 

Mrs. Glaze (7th Grade Counselor/ Español)


      Distance Learning Google Phone:  (510) 516 - 1633 

      Hours: 8:00 - 3:00

 Ms. Gai  (8th Grade Counselor)


      Distance Learning Google Phone:  (510) 413 - 8296

      Hours: 8:00 -3:00

Ms. Shrenk (8th Grade Transition Counselor)


      Distance Learning Google Phone: (510) 952 - 7521

      Hours: 8:00 - 3:00

  • Free and Reduced lunch for students: 

    • March 23 - April 7 (weekdays) 10:00 - 11:00

    • Pick up a cold breakfast & hot lunch at the following high schools: Washington, Kennedy & Irvington

  • Password help:  

    • If your student cannot remember their Google password, the password can be reset by any of the techs. Just have the student send an email to with the student name and ID number

    • If your student cannot remember their Schoolloop password, the password can be reset by any of our teachers, or you can email or with the student name and ID number

  • Crisis Resources

    • National Prevention Hotline

      • 1-800-273-8255


    • SAVE (Safe Alternatives to Violent Environments) shelters and 24-hour hotline are still open (510) 794-6055

    • Students also have crisis hotline numbers listed on the back of their student ID cards