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National School Social Worker Week provides reminders for struggling students

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National School Social Worker Week provides reminders for struggling students

During Ash Wednesday Mass, principal Mr. Joe Hansen recognized school social worker Mrs. Becky Wilde for all of her contribution to BCHS.

During Ash Wednesday Mass, principal Mr. Joe Hansen recognized school social worker Mrs. Becky Wilde for all of her contribution to BCHS.

During Ash Wednesday Mass, principal Mr. Joe Hansen recognized school social worker Mrs. Becky Wilde for all of her contribution to BCHS.

During Ash Wednesday Mass, principal Mr. Joe Hansen recognized school social worker Mrs. Becky Wilde for all of her contribution to BCHS.

Kacee Haslett, Blueprint Editor

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BCHS social worker Mrs. Becky Wilde’s office is located on the second floor of the SBC. Many may not know about her, but during National School Social Worker Week (March 3-9) principal Mr. Joe Hansen reminded students of her services. “She is an integral part of the social, emotional, and behaviorial support system at BCHS,” said Mr. Hansen. 

Mrs. Wilde’s job includes advocating for students. Whether this is because of their need for different academic resources or dealing with mental health issues, Mrs. Wilde is available to talk if students reach out. 

“Mrs. Wilde is the kind of person that you don’t know you need until you have her,” said senior Claire Hurley. Hurley has visited Mrs. Wilde when emotions or stress have been running high. “From then on, you know she’s always there for you to count on and rely on. She’s gotten me through some hard times and amazing times. She’s always been such a great supporter through it all,” she said.

Even if students just need someone to talk to because they are stressed about grades, family life, or are dealing with more serious mental health problems, Mrs. Wilde is available at her email [email protected] as well as Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays on the second floor of the SBC.