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Natural Helpers members review the club’s plan for its upcoming Change to Chill week. Activities for the week will take place in the cafeteria Jan. 24 – 27.

Natural Helpers plans Change to Chill week

Adam Gips and Aidan Shafton January 26, 2022

After only having a virtual Change to Chill week last year, Natural Helpers adviser Kerstin Merrill said this year the club is attempting to revitalize Park. “Change to Chill week is a time for the...

Photo illustration by Lauren Thon. Yoga is participated from a distance via Zoom Jan. 10.

Yoga club deferred

Sophia Curran-Moore January 11, 2021

Math teacher Bobby Otto started holding weekly yoga instruction for students last February. According to Otto, he held one yoga class online since distance learning began and there were many difficulties. “It’s...

Park Connections brings many benefits

Park Connections brings many benefits

Tenzin Gyaldatsang October 12, 2020

With the implementation of Park Connections, a class designed for Park PRIDE, comes a time to wind down and relax. The shift in focus from advisory to the rebranded Park Connections has made a significant...

Mindfulness activities ineffective

Tennam Gyaldatsang November 17, 2019

The use of mindfulness activities during school is a waste of precious class time which could be utilized for implied actual classwork. My own experience with mindfulness activities is that 10-15...

Mindfulness activities effective

Isra Mohamed November 5, 2019

Mindfulness activities are a great way to start off a class because it allows students to relieve stress before taking on a busy day of work. Many students feel stressed and tense throughout the school...

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