Knowing who you are and holding firm to the person you believe yourself to be in the face of life’s challenges and choices, is a life-long skill. In today’s Wellness Wednesday post, we are challenged to get to know ourselves more and share this with a friend or partner.
In today’s Wellness Wednesday post, we will learn there is a difference between not knowing something and not knowing something YET. Dr. Carol Dweck and her team have found that smarts can be developed. Science tells us that we can “grow our brains.”
Congratulations to Tim Clayton on being named the Spirit of Sport Secondary Schools Coach of the Year! Timothy was presented the award at the London Sports Hall of Fame dinner.
The award honours those "who have made a social, cultural or educational contribution to the spirit of truth and reconciliation. Honourees will represent the Seven Sacred Teachings of wisdom, love, respect, bravery, honestly, humility and truth."
In today’s Wellness Wednesday post, we explore connections and how they affect our self-esteem and personal confidence. One of the many benefits of being connected to others is being acknowledged as a unique individual with gifts, talents and contribution.
Direct from the Director is a weekly series of news and updates from Linda Staudt, Director of Education.
Happy Halloween from all of us at LDCSB! If you're trick or treating tonight, have fun and stay safe!