School systems most certainly do not and should not encourage this behavior, it is quite unprofessional. Having said that, I must question whether you are reporting what's happening accurately. It wouldn't be inappropriate for an advisor to *recommend* naps, doctor visits, and eating healthy, and *ask* if you are doing these things out of concern for your well-being, particularly if you seem tired, sick, or hungry in school. But "forcing" you? What does this mean exactly?
She is also my english teacher so I see her every day, usually before 12 pm. If I look particularly tired or like I'm struggling with focussing she will pull me aside and if the reason is me being tired then she sends me to our school's "bedroom" (a mattress on the floor with a blanket and pillows) for the rest of her period to try and nap (I cannot choose to stay in class, I have to go to the bedroom). If I am asleep at the end she writes a pass so I validly miss my other classes. A quick note on this topic, I used to be very ill and needed about 22 hours of sleep, and still tire quickly so that may have something to do with this as well.
She has threatened to call my gp if I didn't when I felt ill or hurt for 3 or more days in a row, but has never followed through because I did call them myself.
For eating, she has made me promise to eat breakfast and had me check in with her about that, if I didn't bring a lunch or bought something from the vending machine (crisps/popcorn) she would buy me fruit or sandwiches from the canteen (if she saw what I was eatingz this was not as regular an occurrence as i make it seem, maybe 4 or 5 times a month). Same with buying me water etc so I would have something to drink.
These are all the examples I can think of right now from the last two years. I would like to reiterate that while this may seem like grooming or other inappropriate behaviour I am certain she only tries to help and does not mean to activate my little or is even consciously aware of everything she is doing. I will point it out to her after summer break.
Also, my parents are aware and so are other teachers of what she does to or for me and all agree nothing malicious or illegal is going on.
Edited by Little-Big-Princess01, 17 July 2019 - 08:56 PM.