When schools closed in March, the traditional end-of-year band concerts that showcase a year’s worth of practice and progress were effectively canceled. Rose Hill Middle School (RHMS) Band Instructor, Angela Laulainen got creative during the remote learning period and had her students record their parts at home.
My health, my future: Self-guided behavioral health screening and intervention for middle school students
Lake Washington School District (LWSD) is committed to the well-being of each and every one of its students. The student experience at our schools provides an opportunity to highlight the strengths of all our children in this community. School also provides an excellent opportunity to proactively support students in building skills to promote positive behavioral health and prevent substance abuse issues.
That’s why LWSD is teaming up with several reputable local partners to implement a screening and intervention system at the middle school level.
It’s all about balance. In addition to the support of parents, teachers and others, this screening is one element that can help navigate students through this unique time in their lives. Use the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section below to help answer any questions you may have about this screening and intervention program.
- What model of care will be used?
- How will the school work with students around goals and growth?
- Where can students be connected?
- How does the Lake Washington School District plan on implementation in middle schools?
- How will parents be informed about the screening?
- Is taking the screener and participating in a brief intervention voluntary?
- Who will be screened and when will screening occur?
- How will student information be kept private?
- What is the screening tool?
- What type of questions does the screening tool ask students?
- How are students identified to meet with a support team member?
- How was the screener developed?