Rosarian Academy offers a comprehensive guidance program that is centered around the Adrian Dominican Sisters’ vision to seek truth, make peace, and reverence life and also around the four pillars of Dominican life; study, prayer, community, and preaching/ministry. Through the guidance program, our students grow an understanding and value for God’s unique design and plan for their lives as expressed through their own special gifts/talents, abilities and goals. We also teach students to see the dignity and value in all people and to treat others as they would like to be treated, with empathy and respect.
Classroom Guidance is a prevention-focused program and is performed in cooperation with classroom teachers. It is a program of character development and learning, which is directed towards the student’s personal, social and educational development.
Helping Your Child Navigate Stress and Anxiety
Given the nature of our fast-paced society and the ever-growing stressors affecting students today, the need for prevention and the reduction of anxiety of school-aged children also increases. Students impacted by anxiety can benefit from support involving; problem-solving, interpersonal skills, coping skills, healthy relationships and peer support. Students that are placed in a positive and nurturing climate of mutual trust can develop new coping skills, acceptance, and better manage anxieties.
WHAT DO THE EXPERTS SAY ABOUT THE READINESS OF SCHOOLS TO TAKE ON THE RESPONSIBILITY OF BEING A SOURCE OF MENTAL HEALTH CARE FOR STUDENTS?
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