Mental Health Support
Raise Your Voice
Raise Your Voice is a studnt group that works to decrease stigma surrounding mental health and promote wellness. It's a great way to get involved; you can decide how much or how little you want to help out. They provide encouragement and support during finals, bring in guest speakers, do activities for stress relief, and more.
OSD AODA Coordinator: Amie Mitchell, 608-835-4471
Our AODA Coordinator works to educate students (staff and parents) about the potential harm early use of alcohol and drugs can cause. We are available to meet individually with students or parents who are concerned about drug/alcohol usage. In addition, we will meet with any students who violate our Oregon School District Drug, which may result in a community referral.
Keeping Everyone You Know Safe (KEYS)
Drawn together by their concern about the amount of substance use among their peers and a common passion for making their school and community a healthier place, KEYS was formed by students for students. They want to speak up about the risks and dangers of substance abuse. They want to stand up and let their peers know that a substance free life is a good life and that students who choose not to use are in the majority. They want to band together to give support to students to stay strong in the face of the media, peer pressure and life and help students involved with substances find alternatives.
Advisor: Amie Mitchell
OSD Director of Student Services
Dr. Shannon Anderson
OSD Director of Special Education
Dr. Candace Weidensee