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Proudly serving students in grades six through eight in the School District of North Fond du Lac
Students & Families:
Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! Whether you are learning in the Blended Model or in the e-Oriole Academy, I am here for you! The fastest and easiest way to contact me is though email: EMAIL Mrs. Broten
My general work hours are:
Monday-Wednesday = 7:45am - 3:45pm
Thursdays & Fridays = 8:30 - 2:30
If you would like to have a "virtual appointment," I will set one up using Google Meet. To set up a virtual appointment, please send me an email request. Through email we will coordinate a time to meet and then I will then send you a google calendar invitation containing a link to our Google Meet.
If you or a family member is in need of immediate mental health assistance, please call Crisis at 929-3535. There is someone available 24/7 to take your call. If you are in need of mental health assistance, but help need not be immediate, please view information on Mental Health Resources available in our community.
News & Noteworthy
Back to School...
In the Classroom
Classroom visits allow me to deliver information on important themes and topics to all students in a grade level. Classroom visits are also a time when I am able to team with other professionals including, but not limited to: the NFDL School Resource Officer (SRO), and other Prevention Educators from a variety of community agencies. Click on the grade level links below to find out what I am working on with each grade.
Check out my
blog to find podcasts and apps to support your mental health.
Take a Look!
(Check out what I talk with students about during classroom visits)
As another school year begins, Rogers Behavioral Health is here for families and students who face new challenges. A new school year can be exciting. Students reunite with friends, take new classes with new teachers and fill their days with lots of mental stimulation. Each of these experiences, however, can also bring about anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. Below are some resources Rogers has shared to help students who may be struggling.