The mission of the School District of Menomonee Falls Counseling Program is to empower ALL students, regardless of individual differences, to acquire the academic, career, and personal/social foundations necessary to positively contribute to a changing society.
School Social Work Mission Statement
School Social Work is a profession dedicated to enhancing human capacity to solve complex social problems in order to create a more humane and just society. One of the cornerstones of social work practice is the focus on the strengths, as opposed to the shortcomings, of individuals, families, and communities so that these can be deployed to find creative solutions for complex social problems. The profession is characterized by a steadfast commitment to social justice in the service of empowering individuals, families, and communities to meet their needs.
School Psychology Mission Statement School psychologists have specialized training in assessment and counseling psychology as well as special and regular education. They use their training and skills to team with educators, parents, and other mental health professionals to ensure that every child learns in a safe, healthy, and supportive environment. School psychologists understand human development, school systems, effective teaching, and successful learning.
In partnership with educators, family and community, school psychologists provide, support, and sustain practices that promote academic and social-emotional success for all learners.
Kids Health For kids, teens, and parents! A range of subjects to keep kids healthy....physically and mentally!
Stop Bullying Now This is a resource to help you and your child learn more about bullying and what to do about it.
Prevention of Underage Drinking Preventing underage drinking--for students, parents and educators! Mental Wellness & Community Resources provides our school community with important information and resources to help navigate and support the mental wellness of your child and family. Please reach out to your school-based mental health professionals or community mental health professionals if you need additional support.
AODA Resources provides prevention education, a monthly newsletter, and support for students and their families around the issue of drugs and alcohol use/abuse.