GoGuardian's Wellness Resource Center

Resources for implementing wellness in schools, staff, and students

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Supporting student and educator mental health

Download our new mental health guide for expert advice on supporting student and educator mental health this upcoming year.

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Live webinar

Intervene Early with Beacon

Multiple sessions the week of September 25 - 29 9 a.m. PDT/12 p.m. EDT

Join our back-to-school webinar and learn about Beacon’s indispensable student safety support. Learn how Beacon allows K-12 educators to intervene earlier to:

  • Identify the students who are most at risk
  • Alert those who can help
  • Quickly activate a school’s custom response plan

The first 10 to register will receive a GoGuardian wellness box.

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*Not able to attend the live session? We’ll send all registered participants a recording of the webinar.


Hosted by: Tracey Clements
K-12 Student Safety Subject Matter Expert

Panel Discussion

Prioritizing Student Mental Health

Get key takeaways from this webinar discussion featuring mental health experts and educators about prioritizing student mental health and their insights on effective techniques to help prevent threats, self-harm, and violence in schools.

Download our free student mental health guide and white paper

Get tangible, actionable takeaways to help foster a community of support and prevent violence in schools with our free student mental health guide and violence prevention white paper.

the 'Student Mental Health White Paper' PDF
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Hosted by: Tracey Clements
K-12 Student Safety Subject Matter Expert

Wellness helps students and staff function to their fullest potential

Better problem-solving

Wellbeing increases students’ ability to deal with academic setbacks and challenges

Increased attendance

Chronic absenteeism is related to physical health, mental health, safety issues and social factors

Improved staff retention

Teacher burnout and staff retention is improved when there is a culture of wellness

Stimulates learning

Positive mental health allows children to think clearly, develop socially and learn new skills

Promotes productivity

Happy people are 13% more productive

Reduced staff absenteeism

Staff miss less days when they are able to prioritize their own emotional, physical, and financial health

Mental health resources

Get insight from current and former educators, subject matter experts, and more.