Keep Wellness Wednesday at LCC to aid and save student’s mental health!

Keep Wellness Wednesday at LCC to aid and save student’s mental health!

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Ian Williams started this petition to Students and

As the transition from online school back to on-campus learning has begun to commence in the SDUHSD school district, many students have been struggling to adapt to this sudden change. At La Costa Canyon High School, “Wellness Wednesday” was implemented in order to aid student’s mental health who were having trouble learning online.  Recently, LCC has announced that it plans to remove Wellness Wednesday from its weekly schedule entirely, threatening a massive amount of student’s mental well-beings.  Students at La Costa Canyon were given the option to either remain online or to return back to campus once the action of learning in person was approved and could be executed safely.  However, returning back to school for a minimal amount of classes every week is in no way a return to normality, and she be treated only as a first step in the right direction.  A great deal of students do not even have the luxury or freedom to return to campus and choose to remain online for the remainder of the semester as a result.  Online learning has posed many challenges for even the brightest students, causing numerous issues to the average student’s mental health and overall well-being.  For many, the prospect of returning to campus is extremely intimidating and stressful, posing the same, if not greater, threat to student’s overall health during these dire times. 

Community and faculty members at LCC and of SDUHSD:

If you truly care about the mental health and well-being’s of your students, please sign this petition in order to raise awareness and make a difference in people’s lives.  We ask that you please keep Wellness Wednesday in LCC’s weekly schedule to aid students in need during these unprecedented times.  Help be the change for the better!

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