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Wellness is a lifelong skill
Fit Yoga is a new class offered to seniors at our high schools this year. The class introduces students to a wide range of yoga styles and yoga-inspired workouts, in
order to improve students’ physical, mental and emotional well-being, as well as to provide an outlet for students to experience yoga and its many benefits.
Some students like Dominick Bellocchio will tell you that more importantly, it has taught him techniques to help with stress management and relaxation, in order to meet the demands of today’s teens. In fact, Dominick says, it's also helped him with his performance on the football field by allowing him to get in his stance better and has improved his flexibility. As center for the Tiger Football Team, Dominick says he often does a little yoga before games or even at home when schoolwork might seem overwhelming. He plans to take some of the techniques he's learned when he hopefully heads off to Miami University of Ohio to study political science next year.
Wheaton Warrenville South teacher Nicole Juhl is thrilled that nearly 100 students have embraced the P.E. new class at South. A physical education teacher, Juhl was introduced to yoga several years ago and approached administration about creating the class. "I created the class so that students could develop stress management skills through mind body movement that will help them in and outside of school. The biggest benefit that I have seen so far from the class is that the students seem more accepting of themselves and others along with being able to manage their daily stress better," says Juhl.
Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services Faith Dahlquist frequently talks about balance in a student's learning experience. "Learning and practicing wellness is a lifelong skill," says Dahlquist.
Invitation for Realtors
Are you a local realtor? On Wednesday, October 19, we will host our 2nd Annual Realtor Open House. Come learn fast facts and resources to help you sell homes in our district.
Realtors can contact Erica Loiacono at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-682-2469 to receive an invitation.
Fall Mobile Pantries
Each month District 200 and the Northern Illinois Food Bank will host at least one mobile pantry at various places in the community that are open to all District 200 families. A complete list of mobile pantries can be found on our website.
October 13 - Washington Elementary - 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.
November 12 - Marian Park, 2126 W. Roosevelt Rd., Wheaton
Electronic School Bag (E-School Bag)
Sankofa Foundation - Culture For My Children Fall 2016 Classes
Warrenville Park District - Fall Fest
The Mac 2016-2017 Season Flyer - Family Friendly Programs
YMCA - The Y Kids Fitness Program
Franklin Middle School - Holly Jolly Market
Warrenville Fire Protection District - Fire Prevention Week Open House
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Community Survey - Open until MIDNIGHT tonight
The Board of Education is seeking stakeholder input on facility projects. Take the survey here.
In the News...
Wheaton-Warrenville District 200 superintendent outlines district's successes, Board eyes possible $154M referendum
Upcoming Board Meetings
Weds., October 12 at 7:30 p.m.
Tues., October 25 at 8:00 a.m.
Chat with the Board
Wheaton North High School
Weds., October 26 at 7:30 p.m.
School Service Center
Committee of the Whole
To view Board Meeting Agendas, highlights from previous Board Meetings and more, click here.
Going out to eat? Support our local PTAs. Click HERE for a full listing of Cook’s Night Out events.
Warrenville Fire Department Open House for Fire Prevention Week - Wed., October 5 from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Station #1, 3S472 Batavia Rd, Warrenville. See the flier for details.
The Options Fair - Tuesday, October 18 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Oak Park River Forest High School. Regional Post-Secondary Planning Night for Students with Disabilities. For additional information, please refer to our website: www.optionsfair.wordpress.com
These programs are offered to the public free of charge. No pre-registration is required.
Franklin Holly Jolly Market - Saturday, November 5 from 10am - 2pm at Franklin Middle School. Featuring local artists, crafters, vendors and holiday shopping. See more on this flier or their facebook page.
|Erica Loiacono | Director of Public Relations
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