Catholic Education Week and Mental Health Week May 1-5, 2023
Mental Health Week:
Every day, educators and students are exposed to big and small challenges that can contribute to feelings of stress. Educators and students continue to rise to the challenge in innovative and creative ways, connecting and building meaningful relationships with students and families. As the impact of the pandemic continues to evolve, providing opportunities for students to understand how they are impacted by stress, and for explicit skill development will continue to be an essential part of bolstering positive student mental health. As an educator, it is equally important to prioritize your own well-being. There are strategies that we can practice managing our stress and to improve our ability to cope. Learning these skills is an important part of improving and caring for our positive mental health. Mental Health Week provides a great opportunity for practice.
Catholic Education Week:
This year’s Catholic Education Week theme is, “We are Many, We are One.”
There are five sub-themes for each day of Catholic Education Week. The five sub-themes for Catholic Education Week illuminate the path to being many and one. We achieve this unity…
Monday: When we see / En voyant
Tuesday: When we listen / En écoutant
Wednesday: When we reflect / En réfléchissant
Thursday: When we learn / En apprenant
Friday: When we act / En agissant
WE WILL SEND THROUGH NEWSWIRE DAILY INFORMATION AND ACTIVITIES.
Parents are invited to join us:
-Tuesday May 2nd 7:00 p.m. at Galt Arena Gardens for Folk Dance presentation
-Thursday May 4th at 9:15 a.m. for a schoolwide Folk-Dance presentation in the gym
-Thursday May 4th at 6 – 7:00 p.m. for Paul Davis: social media and Online Safety presentation at St. Benedict
-Friday May 5th at 12:45 p.m. for our Jump Rope for Heart activities at the school
We hope to see many of you during our school celebrations!
Your St. Margaret Staff