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Cedar Grove-Belgium School District

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Mental Health & Satellite Services

The Cedar Grove Belgium School District has a number of pro-active services for the positive mental health of its students.  Mental Health referral services are provided through both Ozaukee and Sheboygan Counties through Human Services and local agencies- COPE, Ozaukee County Mental Health Services, Mental Health America, Sheboygan Health Human Services. PATH grant-funded therapies are provided in the district through a satellite office with Ozaukee Community Therapies. Referrals for PATH services can be made through the building counselor, school psychologist or Director of Special Education.

COVID-19 Mental Health Services Support


Mindfulness is a research an evidence-based practice that reduces stress, improves focus and sleep, decreases depression and anxiety, positively impacting overall health and well-being. Through a partnership with Mental Health America, Cedar Grove Belgium School District is providing teachers and students with instruction on incorporating mindfulness instruction techniques to decrease stress to improve health and learning.

Counseling Services

Districtwide counseling services are provided to encourage optimal learning at each grade. Counselors in each building provide in-class, office-based, and/or group services to address career, school adjustment, behavioral health, and other school counseling services.  All counselors are trained in SBIRT (screening, brief intervention, referral to treatment) to provide the most appropriate services for students to ensure they get the support they need.

Nursing Connections

Nursing services are provided to reduce barriers to learning. Direct services are provided to students through the combined efforts of the district nurse, Sheboygan/Ozaukee County Health Department, school secretaries, designated teachers, and instructional paraprofessionals.

The district nurse coordinates services through training and supervision of staff. She acts as a liaison between school, home, healthcare providers, and/or community resources. Health services may include medication administration, health plans, first aid/illness care, immunization records, special health care procedures, and health education.

If your child needs medication administered during school hours specific forms must be completed. These forms can be obtained from the secretary at your child's school.

Contact Information
Kristina Gabrielse
School Nurse
Cedar Grove Belgium School District
920-668-8518 x233







A multi-level system of support means providing equitable services, practices, and resources to every learner based upon responsiveness to effective instruction and intervention. In this system, high-quality instruction, strategic use of data, and collaboration interact within a continuum of support to facilitate learner success. Schools provide varying types of support at differing levels of intensity to proactively and responsively adjust to the needs of the whole child. These include the knowledge, skills, and habits learners need for success beyond high school, including developmental, academic, behavioral, social, and emotional skills. 

Wisconsin RtI Guidance


The informational dyslexia guidebook required by 2019 Wisconsin Act 86 is online at

The guidebook was created through collaboration between the advisory committee, as outlined in Act 86, and DPI. Per Act 86, the informational guidebook discusses screening, instruction and intervention, and resources that can support improved learning for school-aged individuals with characteristics of dyslexia. The audience for the information is broad and includes but is not limited to parents and families, educators, interventionists or reading teachers, and educational leaders.