DBHS Wellness Center Mission Statement

The Diamond Bar High School Wellness Staff is committed to providing wellness education and resources, in addition to trained peer counselors who can assist students in a supportive environment in order to empower them to develop healthy strategies for personal management, improve school climate and promote academic success.

Interested in being a community partner? Contact Us:
dbhswellnesscenter@gmail.com

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Feb 2019 Forum results
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Feb 2018 Forum results

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Nov 2019 Forum Results
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Oct 2017 Forum results

   In 2005, DB Forum was developed to provide Diamond Bar High School students with a unique learning opportunity outside of the classroom. This experience focuses on challenging wellness issues for teens to collaboratively analyze with their peers in a safe workshop setting. Under the direction of Mrs. Sandy Davis, specially trained DBHS Advanced Peer Counselors lead meaningful SEL activities and guided discussions that stress the universal values of respect for self and others, positive and inclusive leadership, responsible citizenship, empathy and trust. Student participants are empowered to be pro-active student leaders to actively contribute creative solutions to improve not only their own health and well-being, but to affect positive changes to their own campus culture.

 

   Some of past workshop topics have featured acknowledging the effects of positive and negative stereotypes, learning anti-bullying strategies, understanding the importance of responsible digital citizenship, reducing social isolation, and identifying the negative impact of stress and developing positive resiliency skills.

 

     Previous DB Forum events have been so successful that Walnut Valley Unified School District personnel have invited additional students and staff from other WVUSD middle and high schools. Upon request, small groups of students from neighboring high schools have also enjoyed attending. Overwhelmingly, both students and staff have reported their experiences as “eye-opening” and worthwhile.

DB Forum is hosted in October and February of each school year.