Gratitude is the best attitude

Gratitude and Gifts

Practicing gratitude consistently can do great things for children, adolescents, and families as a whole. Research shows that grateful kids are kinder and happier, and get better grades. Grateful kids become stewards of the environment.”  
(Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning)


Make and Take Event for all ages

November 29, 2021


School Cafeteria

Together your family can create:

A Gratitude Jar or Box or Journal to collect the ideas of the things you are grateful for,

Thank You cards to express your gratitude to others, and

Coupon Books to show your gratitude for others .

In addition, there will be a few tables set up with books and games that can be used at home to promote and practice Social and Emotional Skills. (Display Only)
Questions? Contact: Leah Maves at