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Student Well-Being

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What is Student Well-Being?

To facilitate maximum learning for every student, the whole child must be considered. Students must feel safe and have a sense of belonging. We must also be aware of their social and emotional well-being and needs. 

Mental health prevention and intervention services are available on three different tiers:

Tier System of Support

 


School-Based Resources

Emotional Health Resources

Emotional Health Resources 

Physical Health Resources

Physical Health Resources 

Mental Health Resources

Contacts

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 Allisha Berendts,
Ph.D., LPCC-S
Assistant Director of Student Well-Being
 

 

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 Katherine Branson, Ed.D. Supervisor of Student Well-Being

 

 


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Phone:  (740) 657-5067