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Health & Wellness

Health Office

Counseling Services

Stuart is committed to helping students and families achieve intellectual rigor, leadership preparation, as well as emotional wholeness. In light of this, the counseling office presents the following goals and missions for delivering social-emotional learning to the student body.

The counseling office has a core social-emotional focus on Wellness.

Monthly Counseling Update

With the business of the holiday season (and college planning for our seniors) many of us could use a reminder to take a moment to reflect on where you are right now and consider the direction that you want to go in for the remainder of 2021 and beyond. This time of year can be a joyous occasion for many and a challenging one for others, but each day is an opportunity for all of us to shift gears if we need to and we can do so in a number of ways. Nov. 25th is National Family Health History Day (as well is Thanksgiving), a time where families are encouraged to talk about their family's health history. Physical wellbeing is important and so is mental health and wellness.  

Here are some suggestions from the Counselor’s office to Rebuild connection, Release pent up stress and Re-learn your children as they grow moment by moment:

  • Initiate a brief family meeting/check-in to walk through tough conversations
  • Introduce a safe word for when someone is pushing a little too hard on another family member’s boundaries
  • Implement a relaxing, unifying activity i.e. family walk, prayer or exercise time, regular game nights

Additional Resources

Health & Wellness Staff

Tine Boss

Tine Boss

D'Anne Lewis

D'Anne Lewis

Lower School Counselor, AP Psychology Teacher, Lower School DEI Liaison, Peer Buddies Moderator
Nikema Missouri

Nikema Missouri

Middle and Upper School Counselor, Peer Mentors Moderator

Click below for 2021-2022 COVID info 

COVID protocols


Pfizer Boosters Available at Vaccination Locations

Booster shots are now available for all Pfizer vaccine recipients who completed their initial two-shot course at least six months ago and who are:
    •    65 or older
    •    A long-term care resident
    •    An adult with underlying medical conditions
    •    An adult at higher risk of

Click here for more info

Vaccination Clinics

Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes announced the following Mercer County COVID-19 vaccination clinics in partnership with Capital Health and Penn Medicine Princeton Health. Vaccinations are free, regardless of immigration or insurance status, and no appointment is necessary. Registration in NJVSS is recommended but not required.

Click here for the list

COVID-19 Hotlines

The NJ Poison Control Center and 211 have partnered with the State to provide information to the Public on COVID-19:
Call: 2-1-1
Call (24/7): 1-800-962-1253
Text: NJCOVID to 898-211
Text: your  ZIP code to 898-211 for live text assistance.

PA residents are advised to direct COVID-related questions to 1-877-PA-HEALTH (1-877-724-3258)