top of page


Need to Talk?

We're here for you!

What are some reasons you want to reach out to us?

  • You are struggling with changes in your life.

  • You feel alone.

  • You have emotions or feelings you don't know how to manage.

  • Applying for scholarships, jobs, or college.

  • You need help managing homework.

Jenna Holtz

School-Based Mental Health Professional Alluma


About Me

Jenna Holtz

Marissa Reimer

School Social Worker / District Testing Coordinator

218-857-2395 ext: 840

About Me

Marissa Reimer Picture

uKnighted Closet


Do you need help getting clothes and shoes to wear? Do you need help accessing, deodorant, shampoo, and soap? Feminine hygiene products? Fill this survey out and we will do our best to help you meet those needs!
Hygiene (including feminine hygiene) products will be placed in your locker! Clothing items can be found in Jenna's office. Click here for the request form

Virtual Calming Room

When life gets challenging and you feel like you need a break, enjoy a range of activities to help you find your calm! 

Click here for the Virtual Calming Room

Coping Skills

Put it all together! Once you’ve gathered all of your items, put them together in a box or other container, decorate it to your heart’s content, and put it in a place where you’ll remember it and use it.

Opposite Action

(Doing something the opposite of your impulse that’s consistent with a more positive emotion)

1. Affirmations and Inspirations (Ex: looking at or drawing motivational statements or images)

2. Something funny or cheering (Ex: funny movies/TV/books)

Emotional Awareness

(Tools for identifying and expressing your feelings)

Examples: A list or chart of emotions, a journal, writing supplies, drawing & art supplies

Crisis Plan

(Contact info of supports and resources for when coping skills aren’t enough)

Family/Friends Therapist Psychiatrist Hotline Crisis Team/ER 911


(Tools for centering and grounding yourself in the present moment) Examples: Meditation or relaxation recordings, grounding objects (like a rock or paperweight), yoga mat, breathing exercises


(Comforting yourself through your five senses)

1. Something to touch. (EX: stuffed animal, stress ball)

2. Something to hear. (Ex: music, meditation guides)

3. Something to see. (Ex: snow globe, happy pictures)

4. Something to taste. (Ex: mints, tea, sour candy) 5. Something to smell. (EX: lotion, candles, perfume)


(Taking your mind off the problem for a while) Examples: Puzzles, books, artwork, crafts, knitting, crocheting, sewing, crossword puzzles, Sudoku, positive websites, music, movies, etc.

bottom of page