Wildcat Health and Mental Wellness
Parents supporting Happier, Healthier Living for Teens
If you have a student at Libertyville High School, then you are already a member of Wildcat Health and Mental Wellness (WHMW)! WHMW is a volunteer parent organization that supports our students in developing positive mental health with a focus on overall teen well-being. WHMW seeks to connect parents, share resources, promote mental strength. We partner with LHS and its mission to help students lead happier, healthier and higher-performing lives.
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FIRST MEETING – ** DATE CHANGE** WED. 10/16 @ 7P, ROOM #006
Please join us for our first meeting with Dr. Koulentes on Wednesday, October 16th at 7pm in Room 006 (down cafeteria hallway, down the stairs, on your right.) We will discuss an overview of the group’s goals and what we are planning for the year. Dr. Koulentes will share the LHS perspective, initiatives for our students and partial tour.
Topics we have discussed and may continue throughout the year include current issues facing high school students, mental strength and sports, “overthinking”, maintaining parental wellness/self-care, anxiety (physiological effects & strategies to manage), effects of smart phones and social media on teens, effects of light (LED, Blue, Infrared), mindfulness, vaping/drugs and alcohol, college planning (stress, myths, questions), etc.
WHMW aims to meet every six weeks.
ASK DR. KOULENTES
"Ask Principal Koulentes" gives parents direct access to Dr. Koulentes, where he will answer anonymous questions from parents. Please submit any topics of discussion for Dr. Koulentes at email@example.com
SUBSCRIBE TO MONTHLY COMMUNICATIONS
For more information, meeting dates, topics and to subscribe to monthly communication, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Subscribe” in the Subject header. WHMW is an organization serving YOU. Anything you would like to see covered, please email us at email@example.com. We welcome your input!
Co-Directors Joy Bach, Angela LaVista and Stacie Nevins