Mental Health Matters

Don't forget to register for our event: Mental Health Matters, on January 26th at 6 p.m. This upcoming opportunity is for families with students in Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade and community members to learn more about how to support their students with mental health needs, healthy transitions, managing anxiety, social media safety and so much more. Given the rise in COVID cases, we have made the decision to move this event to the online Zoom platform. If you plan to attend, please register below. We ask that each participant fill in a registration form. Raffle prizes (gift cards to local businesses, art kits, yoga matts, and more!) will be offered with attendance!!!

In the registration form, please find the workshop descriptions. Each participant will be able to attend two workshops. We look forward to learning alongside you all!

Link to Register: https://docs.google.com/.../1FAIpQLSfz0w6q2E4a1Q.../viewform

Middle-Level Engagement Meeting

 

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Middle-Level Presentation. If you missed it- please check it out via the link below.

Topic: Success in the Middle

Meeting Recording:

Link to Meeting

 

 

 

Thought Exchange

 

Thank you for participating in the Thought Exchange to help guide our planning for next year. Here is what we learned about what our schools are doing well and what we need to do to improve. 

 

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