Lets Take a Walk on the Well Side!

Hello! We are so happy to have you join us on this wellness walk. The Department of Student Behavioral Health and Wellbeing aims to help students succeed academically and personally by increasing their awareness of mental health and wellbeing, connecting them to resources available within the District and community, and teaching various preventative strategies to sustain positive mental health.

We invite you to join us daily for virtual lunch and check out the featured events and activities focused on mindfulness and expressive arts. Opportunities will also be presented for families to connect with support personnel and community providers. Learn more about the activities below and be sure to check out the Wellness Walk calendar for details.

We are excited to take this walk to wellness with you!

Join us daily from 12:30 to 1:00PM for virtual lunch!

Bring your lunch and connect with your peers while we present a variety of fun activities involving music, movement and more!

Enjoy making things? Like to write for fun? Join us as we make the connection between feeling well and academic success with activities related to language arts, science, social studies, math, art, and physical education.

Get ready to awaken your inner artist! We are using our imagination and tapping into our creative sides with expressive art activities.

Join us after school every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month!

Families are an integral part of student engagement and are essential to the success of any plan to connect students to school. Join us once a month to chat with student support personnel, learn about district resources and connect to community agencies.

Check out the Department of Student Behavioral Health & Wellbeing's virtual Wellness Room! Here you will find resources and activities that can be used to promote healthy wellness practices.

Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Virtual Youth Prevention Summit to be Held April 22, 2021!

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) is a peer leadership organization dedicated to preventing destructive decisions, particularly, underage drinking, other drug use, impaired and risky driving, and teen violence and suicide.

Student members of all seven SADD chapters in the Clayton County Public School district will work collaboratively to host a virtual prevention summit for middle and high school students. The topics will include: Building Community Relationships – Law Enforcement and Youth, Suicide Prevention, and Safe Driving.

Guest speakers may include, but are not limited to:

  • DaQuarius Greene

  • NotOk! App Creators: Hannah and Charlie Lucas

  • CCPS Safety and Security

When: Thursday, April 22, 2021


Where: Online via Zoom