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HCPSS Schools Nurture Student Social-Emotional Well-Being

May 2nd, 2019

HCPSS schools are working to ensure students are set up to thrive socially and emotionally, in part through programming during Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, May 5-11, and throughout the year. The following are a few highlights of school activities and events that promote student social-emotional well-being.

These school initiatives support HCPSS’ Strategic Call to Action to ensure the academic success and social-emotional well-being for each student in an inclusive and nurturing environment. Bollman Bridge School Counselor Lynsay Gillis explained, “The goal of our activities is to close opportunity gaps and allow all students access to social-emotional supports. Our programming will connect our diverse population with resources while empowering families to access mental health services.”

Learn more about staff and community roles that provide supports to students.