NHS Wellness Team's Monthly
Student Well-Being Bulletin
May, 2019
“And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was  beginning over again with the summer .” -The Great Gatsby

Welcome to the Wellness Team's monthly bulletin. The NHS Wellness Team is a group of administrators, support staff and service providers who work together to focus on the well-being of our students. This bulletin provides a space where we will share helpful articles with families and provide important information about events going on at Natick High School or in the community to benefit all students well-being.
This Month:
Families for Depression Awareness' Teen Speakers Events and Teen Depression Workshops, geared toward teen and adult audiences, provide education, prevention, and help reduce the stigma of teen depression.

 These programs are free to Massachusetts community organizations and schools. We are also looking for teen volunteers this summer! If you would like to learn more about these programs, visit our website or contact Programs Coordinator Arielle Cohen, at Ari @familyaware.org  or (781) 890-0220. 
Looking for Summer Camps with a Mental Health focus for Youth & Teens?!

From improving their self-confidence and promoting healthy peer interactions while exploring the outdoors, to an overnight summer camp for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) young people... find camp that's right for your teen or youth!
Job Help for Teens!
Is your teen looking for after school or Summer employment in Boston? Volunteer opportunities to gain job experience?
For Job & Career Resources from the Boston Public Library
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