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A Note from Mrs. Iglesias, our Support Counselor

A Note from Mrs. Iglesias, our Support Counselor

Welcome WOLVES and Wolf Families.  We are happy to have you on our campus for the 2022-2023 school year.  

A new school year brings about many feelings, thoughts and ideas for those of us preparing to be on the SRV campus.  On the adult side, we are excited, and looking forward to meeting the next generation of students.  It is truly an honor to work with youth, our future.

In my role as the Support Counselor, I have the privilege of being available to students and families!  Sometimes it is helpful to have someone to bounce your ideas around with, and sometimes students need some extra support and I appreciate being that resource on campus.  Please feel free to reach out to talk.
With that said, I am hopeful and eager for all of us to have a successful and thriving year at SRV.  I personally am looking forward to watching our students extend their learning and  become independent productive communitarians.
I also look forward to meeting many new faces this year and continuing to work with the many students that I have known. This year like many before brings hope and light and I look forward to being a part of that for OUR Students!
Please email me  at
Kind Regards,
Mrs. Iglesias
Support Counselor
Confidence Lab, San Ramon Valley High School


Hello Student Wolves, 
Thank you for the great interest in S2S.  SRV's student founded group that creates and strengthens community at SRV.  Please use the link below to sign up for S2S, and to be sent the google link for the first meeting.
First Meeting:
Thursday 9/8/22, during ACCESS in the Confidence Lab- Mrs. Iglesias office- Counseling Office


Constance Iglesias
Mrs. Iglesias
Phone:  925-552-3092


Hometown: Pacifica, CA
Your Alma Mater: Bachelors in Science, Major Psychology and Minor in Spanish from Saint Mary’s College, Masters in Counseling and PPS from Chapman University
What is the best part of your job:  The best part of my job is being able to work with the future generations of America and help to support them create and reach their goals.  I am thankful that I get to be a part of this journey.
Tips for success:  Look for the silver lining, stay positive and stay organized.  Reach out for help when the need arises and be willing to participate in clubs and school activities to meet new people, and broaden your SRV experience.
Tell us something about you: I played 3 sports in college.  In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and our 3 sons.  I grew up on the coast, so I enjoy all that the beach has to offer minus the sharks.  
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We have listed some community resources for you to access below. We also have emotional support during the school year.  Counselors can set up a time to talk with you virtually or by phone. You may also email our Student Support Counselor Mrs. Iglesias (
YouthLine: (call) 877-968-8491; (text) teen2teen to 839863
The Trevor Project: (call) 866-488-7386; (text) START to 678678
National Drug Helpline: 844-289-0789
CA Youth Crisis Line: 800-843-5200
Contra Costa Crisis Center: 800-833-2900 or Text HOPE to 20121, or text your zip code to 898211.
Contra Costa County Child & Family Services (to report abuse): 925-646-1680
Parental Stress Service: 800-829-3777
Emergency: dial 911