The WSCC model emphasizes a school-wide approach and acknowledges learning, health and the school as being a part and reflection of the local community.

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April is Stress Awareness Month…But It’s Not Just Limited to This One Month!

April is Stress Awareness Month…But It’s Not Just Limited to This One Month!

Are you feeling like we’re running out of synonyms to describe what we’ve been experiencing over the past year? Experiences, feelings and words such as: ...
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Affirming Pronouns

Affirming Pronouns

Hi, my name is Aarti and my pronouns are she/her. You may have noticed people announcing their pronouns when introducing themselves or have pronouns in ...
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Connecting in a Time of Covid

Connecting in a Time of Covid

What happens when these connections are now having less of an affect because they are happening through a computer screen, or in some cases, not ...
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E-Cigarettes: Addiction Renewed and Reimagined

E-Cigarettes: Addiction Renewed and Reimagined

By: Abena Dakwahene You’d have to be living under a rock to not know what a vape pen or an electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) is. It ...
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Will Sleep Deprivation = Later School Start Times?

Will Sleep Deprivation = Later School Start Times?

According to the CDC over 41 million American adults get 6 or less hours of sleep per night, causing concerns related to sleep deprivation. More ...
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Daniel’s Testimony: Vaping Prevention

Daniel’s Testimony: Vaping Prevention

Daniel Duncan testifies at a state public hearing on behalf of Somerset County’s Incorruptible.us group about the risks associated with e-cigarettes and vaping, especially among ...
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Why SBIRT Is Important

Why SBIRT Is Important

Screening is a critical tool that is used to promote a lifestyle change, to reduce the risk of a chronic disease, and to detect an ...
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The Reality of Social Media

The Reality of Social Media

Do you have an Instagram account or know somebody who does? Maybe you have Facebook, Twitter, or Snapchat? You may hear kids or teens say, ...
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