Mental Health - For Students, By Students
Culture Keepers in Action!
Culture Keeper, Autumn Johnson, created an interactive "Growth Oath" affirmation wall where students can add to the growing vines by submitting their own positive affirmation for other students to see.
Culture Keeper Michelle Manrique organized and created over 250 wellness bags for students during finals week that included a sensory item, a positive affirmation, stickers, a snack, and an origami craft.
Culture Keeper, Andrew Galka, created pieces of art on canvas tied to the themes of grief, perseverance, resilience, and confidence based on quotes from various films.
Mental Health Tips - For Students, By Students
Phone Usage - by Culture Keeper Michael Maloney
In the document below, learn about the negative effects of excessive phone use and what you can do about it.
Recognizing Loneliness - by Culture Keeper and LHS Graduate, Rachel Hendry, with the support of Horizons Family Counseling.
How to Recognize Loneliness in a Classmate
- Learn the signs of loneliness and social isolation.
- Reach out and help.
- Start with "Hello".
Taking a Brave Breath for Elementary Students
When you're feeling worried, anxious, stressed out or scared, practicing deep breathing can help your body to relax and feel calm. Choose Love calls this taking a Brave Breath. Watch this short video to learn and practice how to take a Brave Breath.
Rainbow Breathing for Middle and High School Students
Rainbow Breathing is a mindfulness tool you can use when you're feeling stressed. In Rainbow Breathing, you focus on a color of the rainbow while moving your arms in a rainbow shape and taking a deep breath. Watch this short video to learn and practice how to do Rainbow Breathing.