Promoting Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Health
Beloit Health System (BHS)Students in grades K–5 continue developing their social-emotional skills including making friends, managing emotions, and solving problems—to set them on the path for social success and academic readiness. BHS is the partnering health care organization that provides services to students enrolled in the School District of Beloit. There is a wellness clinic located inside Beloit Memorial High School, open to eligible students. To find out more about eligibility, services offered, hours of operations and contact information, please click here.Malinda Aney MS, LPC, NCC, SACNicole Bengtson MS, LPC-IT, NCCKatelyn Blatter MSW, LCSW, CSACMolly Polyock, MS, NCC, LPCShalise Lomax
Social-emotional skills—like math skills—build on each other. Our universal, classroom-based program is designed to teach children how to understand and manage their emotions, control their reactions, be aware of others’ feelings, and have the skills to problem-solve and make responsible decisions. Each grade-level kit includes easy-to-teach, short weekly lessons, engaging songs and games, and daily activities and take-home materials to reinforce learning.
- Students in grades K–5 continue developing their social-emotional skills—including making friends, managing emotions, and solving problems—to set them on the path for social success and academic readiness.
- Middle-schoolers are better prepared to navigate adolescence with communication, coping, and decision-making skills that help them make good choices and avoid pitfalls, such as peer pressure, substance abuse, and bullying.