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Mindfulness for Students and Families

May's mindfulness activity for both teens and adults is to incorporate more mindfulness activities into your daily routine. The sun is shining, the weather is getting nicer, what better time to take a few minutes of your day to devote to just yourself?

Not sure what to do? Try one of these:

  • movement:
    • take a brisk walk
    • try a yoga routine
  • meditate
  • connect with what is around you
    • stop to smell the roses
    • spend some quality time with family

 

Mindset Mantra: Today, I Will Try Something New

Try one of these challenges! 

  • 30 day Fitness Challenge for all ages!
  • Winter Wellness - 21 Day Challenge!  
    • A great way to end the cold days of winter!
  • GoodReads Reading Challenge 2021
    • How many books can you read in a year?  My goal is 50!  Haven't gotten there yet, but know that this could be the year!
    • You must sign up for a free account.

Creating Connections While Apart

Library Rules and Policies

Students will respect the needs of others by following the rules below:

  • Students may not bring food, candy or drinks in to the library.
  • Appropriate electronic device use is allowed.  This includes use for research, reading, or for listening with earphones.  Violations of the Electronic Device policy will be address by Administration.
  • Students must work quietly without disturbing others.  Collaboration with peers on assignment is allowed so long as it does nto interfere with the learning of others.  Anyone causing a disturbance will be asked to leave.