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Supporting Student Health and Well-being

The health and well-being of our students is one of our school district's most important priorities. The district continues to strive to have a positive impact on the social/emotional learning and mental health of all students, and to educate the community about sleep,nutrition, mindfulness, fitness, and drugs and alcohol.  The Challenge Success movement has been a key resource providing national context for the focus on well-being.  The district also partners with Corner House and other local organizations in an effort to support best practices to protect our learning environments and students well-being. Please review the resources below for useful information. 


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General Health

Family Engagement

Creating A Healthier Culture of Education

Whole Child Education


  • Corner House Behavioral Health, in conjunction with Princeton Public Schools, The Princeton Alcohol and Drug Alliance (PADA) and the Princeton Police Department, will host “Hidden In Plain Sight—Do You Know What’s Hidden in Your Child’s Room?” on Tuesday, April 9 from 7pm-9pm in the John Witherspoon Middle School Auditorium, 217 Walnut Lane, Princeton.


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