Mental Well-Being

Supporting students and families, providing resources for mental well-being.

Bear Care Mental Wellness Support Line

The Bear Care Mental Wellness Support Line is now available to connect parents to resources that can meet the mental wellness needs of their children ages birth-age 21.

Support Hub

The Support Hub serves as a place for families and community members to access information they may need for essential services. This support provides important information regarding crisis services, basic needs, mental health and well-being, physical health, social emotional learning and more.

Staff & Community Mental Well-Being Series

District staff and families are invited to attend presentations sponsored by the district, in conjunction with district partners, that are focused on mental well-being throughout the school year. Information about each session will be available and linked below no later than one week before each event.



Join the Google Meet link HERE:

Presenters: Sara McGrath-Daly & Kadi Groppoli, Occupational Therapists in WBLAS

If you require accommodations please reach out to Student Support Services at 651-407-7558

Topic: Making Sense of Your Senses

School, home, and community environments engage our senses in a variety of ways. A majority of the time, our brains are able to process and accommodate environmental sensations. Other times, you may notice feeling over or underwhelmed. Children experience these same feelings. We all have varying sensory tolerances and preferences. We all use strategies to modulate our sensory regulation. Join us for a conversation about sensory processing that will focus on strategies and tools to assist regulation, as well as free resources to explore for you or your child's unique needs.

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Completed Sessions

Mental Well-Being Newsletter

The White Bear Lake Area Schools Social Work Team publishes a quarterly Mental Well-being Newsletter, "The Bear Facts." See the latest issue here.

Fall 2019
Fall 2018