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Dr. Kara Stern
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Black history month newsletter template.

“The great grey beast February…” is hard on school folks (Valentine’s Day and long weekends, nothwithstanding.) So, we’ve pulled together some school newsletter templates to ease you in and out of the month.

Celebrating February’s Holidays

Kick it off with a Black History Month template celebrating African American arts and artists. The Lunar New Year celebration begins on the 10th, and there are many fun and fascinating ways to celebrate this Year of the Dragon.

Fast on the heels of Lunar New Year is our most lovable holiday of the year ❤️Prefer to give it an academic bent? No problem. Prefer to just have fun and eat treats? No problem. This Valentine’s school newsletter template has got you covered.

Valentine’s Day Activities template

And we round out the month with yet one more holiday, President’s Day. Here’s a newsletter template that offers a fun range of resources for learning about the US presidency.

“Oh, the weather outside is frightful…” 🌨

Bomb cyclones, nor‘easters, and whatever else Mother Nature throws our way can definitely interfere with February’s school schedule. Need to get the word out about snow days (or other weather-related cancellations)? Here’s a Snow Day template to get you started. Weather wreaking havoc with your staffing? Here’s a school newsletter template to keep sub plans organized and easy. And as long as we’re slogging through winter, let’s keep it upbeat by exploring all the fascinating aspects of the season.

Getting by with a little help from your friends

February is traditionally a challenging month for educators, so how about a February newsletter that offers a helping hand? This template has got some great resources for dealing with all sorts of families, along with an outline for your weekly classroom newsletter. This is a school newsletter template for principals to share with teachers, all about banishing stress and burnout. Lastly, if you want to make everything easier, take the time to send families a weekly update. The more you communicate home, the easier the job is. You got this!

❄️ February Weekly Update
💚 Black History Month
🧧 Lunar New Year
💝 Valentine’s Day
🎩 Presidents’ Day
🌨 Snow Day Template
🤧 Substitute Teacher Planner
💬 Family Communication
🧘‍♀️ Teacher Wellness Template
☃️ Teaching About Winter

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Dr. Kara Stern

Dr. Kara Stern began her career as an ELA teacher, then shifted into administration as a middle school principal. Dr. Stern is a fervent advocate for equitable communication and family engagement. She spent five years as Executive Director at Math for America, where she designed the professional learning community that exists to this day. An unexpected move to Tel Aviv launched her into the world of EdTech where she became the Director of Education Content for Smore and then the Head of Education Solutions at SchoolStatus. Outside of work, she indulges her love for reading, devouring two novels weekly, with a particular fondness for heists and spy stories.

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