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Social & Emotional Climate

MHS works with schools to create the framework and support needed to better the psychosocial health of students. A positive social and emotional climate can facilitate the health of students’ psychosocial needs and affect their academic performance, engagement in activities, as well as their relationships with other students, staff and family.

Meet our Experts

Anna Trainer

MPH, MA, Project Manager

Chrissy Bashore

Coordinator of School Counseling and Student Wellness Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Laura Beckmann

MHS Consultant

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We’ve seen rapid expansion of our after-school activities, [and an] increased [number of] students meeting their healthy fitness zones.
Amy Ruzicka Bayless Schools Superintendent Discusses Bayless Schools 5-year journey leading to growth in school and staff wellness initiatives, incorporating the WSCC model, and expansion in after-school activities.