Happy New Year! I hope that everyone had a fantastic holiday and feels optimistic about what the new year may bring!
December was a very exciting month, and I was so happy to continue spending time in classrooms discussing a variety a topics with students. We talked about big feelings like anger, worry, and sadness, and we learned more about how our brain works and what mistakes can teach us!
We have a number of exciting programs and activities planned for January and February, so please continue to read below for additional information!
I recently updated my webpage with a number of additional resources focused on mental health. Click here to view the resources page.
Please remember that I am here to support the students however I can. I am available to meet if a student needs help or just wants to talk! Don't hesitate to reach out if I can support you in any way.
Great Kindness Challenge
Cyberbullying is an increasingly concerning issue, and it is incredibly important that students understand the impact that their online behavior has on those around them, as well as the effect it may have on their own future. On January 19th, the 7th and 8th grade students will have the opportunity to hear from Detective Laguerre with the Morris County Prosecutor's Office. He will be joining us to discuss cyber-bullying and internet safety.