Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and I know we are all ready for the break! I hope that this week off provides our students, faculty, and their families with time to rest and reconnect. This time of year also allows us to pause and reflect on all that we have to be thankful for. And, there is so much.
In the Upper School, we are encouraging students and faculty alike to notice the good things others do in our community by sending a formal shout-out, which will be recognized during Morning Meeting. Research shows a direct link between practicing gratitude and well-being. So, if you don’t already practice gratitude, this Thanksgiving break might be a great time to give it a try! Classes will resume on Monday, Nov. 28.