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Leadership Matters- Focus on Kindness

With the new year, we make resolutions, set goals, and are motivated to start anew. As part of our efforts to improve our lives and those around us, I suggest we add a little more of one of my favorite topics -- kindness.
“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you," said Princess Diana of Wales.
Imagine if we all did this throughout the entire year. What a difference it would make!
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Leadership Matters- What is Second Step?

Second Step is a program implemented in all Tooele County School District elementary schools. It provides instruction in social-emotional learning to help provide schools and students supportive, successful learning environments.
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Americorps Aide seeks fleece donations for buddy blankets

The blankets are meant to help children cope with a newborn sibling’s death. Five elementary schools are accepting donations for fleece material: Grantsville Elementary; Middle Canyon Elementary; Old Mill Elementary; Rose Springs Elementary; Stansbury Park Elementary.
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Text Messaging Service

Our school utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages, straight to your mobile phone with important information about events, school closings, safety alerts and more.
You can participate in this service by sending a text message of “Y” or “Yes” to 67587.
You can also opt out of these messages at any time by simply replying to one of our messages with “Stop.”
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TCSD schools participate in season of giving

Throughout December, Tooele County School District schools are spreading kindness across the community. From gathering food and clothing to monetary donations, schools are engaged in lending a helping hand to those in need.
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Leadership Matters - Attitude of Gratitude

As we enter the holiday season, it is refreshing to reflect on the good things of life, and to be grateful for what we have.
“Psychologists studying the consequences of giving thanks [found] cultivating an “attitude of gratitude” has been linked to better health, sounder sleep, less anxiety and depression, higher long-term satisfaction with life and kinder behavior toward others,” said John Tierney, New York Times journalist. (click on the title to continue reading)
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