Forms & Resources

This is a comprehensive, essential document that all prospective and current families should read. Click on this image below to view the most current student/parent handbook. Find many other policies, forms, and resources linked below and on the sidebar to the right.
Discrimination, sexual harassment, harassment, intimidation, and bullying are all disruptive behaviors, which interfere with students’ ability to learn and negatively affect student engagement, diminish school safety, and contribute to a hostile school environment.  As such, Pathways Charter School (“PCS”) prohibits any acts of discrimination, sexual harassment, harassment, intimidation, and bullying altogether. For additionally information only protections and policies, please refer to the policies in the menu on the right-hand side of this page. Or visit the California Department of Education Website for Resources on: Bullying Prevention and Discrimination Prevention.

Prohibited Unlawful Harassment

  • Verbal conduct such as epithets, derogatory jokes or comments or slurs
  • Physical conduct including assault, unwanted touching, intentionally blocking normal movement or interfering with work because of sex, race or any other protected basis
  • Retaliation for reporting or threatening to report harassment
  • Deferential or preferential treatment based on any of the protected classes above
Keystone Therapy & Training Services is very excited and grateful to be partnering with Pathways Charter School for the 2021-2022 school year. Our Team of highly trained providers and educators will be offering a wide range of services and resources to support students, parents and staff through the school's referral system. The services and resources offered will be customized to support the wellness and academic needs based on the completed referral by either a student, parent or staff member. Our Team looks forward to becoming a collaborative member of the Pathways Charter School community. Our website is for more information about our providers. use this simple google form to request support: Wellness & Support Services Form.


Danielle Peters, AMFT

Pronouns: she/her/hers


My background began in teaching preschool and kindergarten and then transformed into furthering my journey by getting my Masters degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy at Dominican University. While attending the program at Dominican University, my internship experience consisted of working as a middle school counselor in the Roseland School District for two years.

I had always dreamt of finding a career that allowed me to help individuals and their families in the most beautiful, vulnerable, and life changing ways. I strive to help my clients become who they passionately want to be and reach their goals in healthy ways. I believe by allowing yourself to express your true thoughts, feelings, and emotions, it opens the door to make impactful and powerful progression. I believe in creating a warm, welcoming, humble, and zero judgment space for my clients to express themselves in the most authentic and vulnerable ways.

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One of my passions is to create a safe environment for our young students in order to thrive in academics and their personal lives. I believe that one’s mental health is crucial in making it possible for our youth to thrive in all areas and aspects of their lives. In my techniques, I like to use active listening, emphasize on compassion, and utilize empathy so our teens feel heard and listened to. My models and techniques range, but aren’t limited to, a variety of cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, narrative therapy, and attachment theory.

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Stephanie Carneiro, AMFT 

I came into this world with a purpose. And I have made major life decisions around this bottom line. It has always been in my fabric to assist in helping and healing people. It was very apparent to me and to those around me that these gifts were my offering to the world. I have endless gratitude that I was able to follow my passion for education so I could gain the professional credentials making my ultimate career goals a reality. 

My background leading up to present day consisted of work in social services along with non-profit work. After receiving my Associate of Arts Degree in Behavioral Science and my Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology I decided to pursue higher education and I received my Masters of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family therapy. While attending graduate school I did my clinical hours in the Roseland School district in Santa Rosa, Ca for two years. When I graduated, I was hired at Keystone therapy and training services working as a school counselor in the Geyserville, Ca school district as well as doing private practice work with clients. 

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I was drawn to this career path because I want to assist students in becoming healthier more productive individuals. I strive to bring compassion, empathy, and hope to my clients as we seek for life solutions collaboratively. I use active listening when working with students and promote a safe and judgment free space to explore any challenges that clients are encountering. Therapeutic approaches that I use range in modalities, but aren’t limited to cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, attachment theory and rational emotive behavior therapy.

Community Services
Please take advantage of these great services and programs to help support student's mental health! Ask your teacher for information about what support the school can provide.
  • Text HELLO to 741741 from anywhere in the USA, anytime, about any type of crisis. A live, trained Crisis Counselor receives the text and responds quickly.
  • Contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Counselors are available 24 hours a day for referrals.
  • HelpLine staff and volunteers are prepared to answer your questions about mental health issues. 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or




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LGBTQ Resources:
We support students of all gender identities and want to help support students on whatever path they are on, to that end, below are two community resources which students may find interesting. Please click on each image below to visit the group's website.
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Gender Spectrum

Beginning in Fall 2019, Pathways will serve breakfast to students who qualify for free or reduced lunch. To determine if you child qualifies, please complete the household data form in RegOnline or your Portal account. If your child is eligible for a free breakfast they may access one on any day that they are at one of our learning centers (pre-scheduled for 2 hours or more for classes/activities). Each breakfast consists of a grain, fruit, and milk such as a cereal box, apple juice, and 2% milk.