Connected Community Wellness Screenings Expanded to 9th and 11th Grade Students
Posted on 08/15/2017
The Appleton Area School District has partnered with the Connected Community Wellness Screen for several years to provide free, confidential emotional wellness screening to students.  

We are pleased to share that this program is expanding this school year in order to support even more students and families.  

Starting with the 2017-18 school year, each 9th and 11th grade AASD student will be offered a free, confidential emotional wellness screening at their school. Starting in the 2015-16 every 9th grader in Appleton Area School District had the opportunity to participate.

We are committed to meeting the needs of all of our students and look forward to continuing our partnership, at a more intense level, with the Connected Community Wellness Screen.  

What is Connected Community Wellness Screen?

Connected Community Wellness Screen is an emotional wellness screening program for youth, which uses an evidenced based public domain screening tool called the Pediatric Symptom Checklist-Youth Self-Report (PSC-Y), which is also endorsed by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI).  The PSC-Y is a free, confidential and voluntary mental health checkup for teens. Early detection of and intervention in emotional wellness concerns, as well as getting connected with mental health services, can save lives.

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