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Bureau of Student Wellness

In response to the needs of local school districts, the Bureau of Student Wellness is comprised of the Office of Nutrition Programs and Services, Office of Social and Emotional Wellness, and Office of School Health. Bureau teams work collaboratively with schools and communities to support the development of the whole child and all dimensions of wellness that include: Emotional, Personal, Intellectual, Physical, Environmental, Occupational, and Social factors by providing and promoting technical assistance, training resources, and leadership.

What Is Student Wellness?

Student wellness is the recognition by schools, districts, and educational professionals that there are many factors that impact a student’s academic attainment. It is an approach that focuses on supporting the whole child. The dimensions of wellness include: Emotional, Personal, Intellectual, Physical, Environmental, Occupational, and Social factors.

Office of Nutrition Programs and Services

The Office of Nutrition Programs and Services provides educational leadership, program technical assistance, federal and state funding and general services that promote and fund health, nutritional daily needs of children and adults and nutrition education for all program participants through the administration of USDA Child Nutrition Services in New Hampshire schools, institutes and summer programs.

Office of Social and Emotional Wellness

Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.

Connect with Us

Contact

Michelle Myler
Administrator
Bureau of Student Wellness
(603) 271-4018
[email protected]

Terry Stafford
Program Assistant
Bureau of Student Wellness
(603) 271-3720
[email protected]