The district focuses on promoting an environment that intentionally enhances relationships among students, staff, parents and community members. Programs and teachings about character education, bullying prevention, anger management, drug/alcohol prevention, violence prevention, positive behavior supports and peer mediation will lead to understanding and managing emotion, building positive, long-lasting relationships, showing empathy for others and problem solving constructively and ethically.
A team of NCH mental health professionals is available by referral to provide supports for Bexley student’s K – 12. NCH services are supported by a grant from ADAMH (Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County). NCH counselors can provide school-based appropriate counseling, workshops, prevention education student groups and other counseling duties. For more information about this support or to seek a referral, please see a school counselor at the student's school.
Developed by Search Institute, this student survey emphasizes the strengths and supports that students need to protect against risk behaviors and promotes thriving indicators. 4th-12 grade students take the survey every 3 years.
Supports schools, districts, and states to build systems capacity for implementing a multi-tiered approach to social, emotional and behavior support.
A multi-tier approach to the early identification and support of students with learning and behavior needs.