Health & Wellbeing FAQs
Health & Well-Being is an institutional priority for Holton. This priority fosters the knowledge, skills, and habits of mind to care for the physical and mental health of oneself and others, avoid preventable diseases and conditions, manage emotions, maintain positive relationships, and live in a balanced state of body, mind, and spirit. Below our divisional counselors respond to frequently asked questions.
- How does the counseling team work with Holton students, faculty and parents?
- How do teachers/staff/advisors assess if an individual or a grade is struggling and what do they do about it?
- How do counselors address character development and building positive relationships with peers?
- If my child is having a conflict with a peer, how should I engage? Should I just listen and offer support? Should I reach out to the friend’s parents?
- How does the school facilitate and educate students to have a healthy relationship with technology/social media and what is my role as a parent?
- Are counselors/teachers/advisors reaching out to parents if they notice changes in student behavior?
- What is the counseling team doing to address issues/concerns with the girls if students don’t feel comfortable going to the Division specific counselor?
- What are some tips and resources for parents to better support their child’s mental health at school and home?