Equipping students + staff with the tools to thrive in school + in life. We are the generation of wellness.
Do you remember the feeling you felt in May 2020 when the world watched George Floyd take his last breath?
Do you remember the discussions that followed?
Do you remember when we promised you that we wouldn't stop facilitating important discussion around equity, awareness, and social change, even when the media had stopped talking about it?
We are back and we hope you will join us tomorrow for the Fall 2020 LET'S TALK ABOUT IT.
Here is the link to register for the Zoom Call facilitated by Generation Wellness Trainer, RJay Barsh at November 18, 2020, 4pm PST: REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED.
You are invited to ask an anonymous question after registering. The video above provides a few clips from the previous Let's Talk About It sessions. See you soon!
While all of us are familiar with the recommendations to stay physically healthy - wash your hands, cover your cough, practice social distancing, sanitize high-touch areas - Tumwater School District quickly realized that we also need to tend to the social/emotional health needs of our staff, students and their families. Being hurled into completely unknown territory - some dealing with the stresses of a lost job, sick loved ones, anxiety, and more - Tumwater School District quickly partnered with Lyndsay Morris, Founder of Generation Wellness and BHHS alumni, to address these important aspects.
TSD has committed to staff, student and community wellness by utilizing a phase-in system to provide ongoing resources, utilizing grant funds, as they endure the challenges of the pandemic:
Phase 1: Staff Wellness
Learn more about the Workplace Wellness Academy here.
Phase 2: Family Wellness
Learn more about the Family Wellness Toolkit here.
Phase 3: School...
Like many, we've struggled to find the right words to support our students, families, and communities during this past week of heartache in the United States. We've heard from many educators who serve these young men and women. Here's what they've said:
Last week we hosted a 90 minute discussion for 500 educators (video clip above). The response was overwhelming and many of you expressed interest in another "Le't Talk About It" session.
You're invited to a safe space to talk about it. Rjay...