New Head of School Tim Lear made his first official appearance in front of the student body, as this year’s speakers offered their perspectives on “investing in the community.”
Well-Being and Support
Identified as one of the five core, strategic priorities for the School, well-being is central to student life at Pingry and the entire community. We continue to evolve as a community of care that values lifelong learning and collaborative work.
Our mandate to nurture and promote well-being among all members of the School—from students and families to faculty, staff, and alumni—means that we continually aspire towards a balanced, equitable, and complete framework of physical, mental, emotional, social and academic health. The well-being of adults in the Pingry community is critical and enables them to serve as the necessary role-models and guides to support the development and installation of students’ well-being.
Pingry is committed to developing resilience, good decision making, and proactive problem-solving while cultivating a feeling of belonging and well-being in all community members.
All members of the Pingry community have a role in this vision and work which is supported by the Counseling & Academic Support Team (CAST).
- Mental Health
- Physical Health
- Social Emotional Functioning
- Character Development
- Support Systems