Saline Area Schools

Social Emotional Learning

MISSION STATEMENT

We recognize the importance of the socio-emotional well-being of our students. When you drop your child off and they walk through the doors of Saline High School, we do everything we can to support them as they work toward their goal of graduation. We recognize the important responsibility we share with parents and the community in supporting our high school students.

We partner with students, parents, guardians, and community resources to identify and refer students to appropriate care professionals if needed.  We also provide ongoing support to students that struggle with social-emotional issues. Avenues of support may be individual sessions or group sessions, as well as family sessions outside of school.

We thank you for your partnership and recognition of this important shared responsibility.

Social Emotional News

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Angst: What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is an emotion characterized by feelings of worry, fear, nervousness and apprehension. Every person experiences some level of anxiety as a part of life. 

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Emotional Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Resource: People that are feeling emotional distress related to COVID-19 can take actions to help support themselves and others. 

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5 Things You Can Do To Help Your Child With Depression

A 2016 study carried out by National Institute of Mental Health found that 12.8% of adolescents experienced a depressive episode. Depression is a lot more common than we might think. NAMI outlines a few ways to assist your child who might be struggling with their mental health.

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District Social Emotional Learning Support Staff

Saline High School

Alternative HIgh School and Liberty

Middle School

Heritage

Harvest

Woodland Meadows

Pleasant Ridge