Headlines & Features
WIllson and UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital partners to help WIllson families
Asthma effects many students at WIllson. Clink on link to find more info
THANK YOU MARTHA HOLDEN JENNINGS FOUNDATION
For your kind support of our Groundworks residency program.
Mayor Jackson's Letter of Support.
A grant was written for the FitSpirit recess program to start at Willson. Mayor Jackson was kind enough to support our efforts.
Willson school teachers have begun an afternoon workout program in the new fitness center.
Working hard: the teachers have made a commitment to get healthy.
Groundworks Dance Theater has started. A special thanks to the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation for their generous grant of 14,000 dollars. Without their help the program wouldn't be possible.
Dancers working with 4th and 5th grade integrating curriculum standard like science and math into dance and self expression.
Why do bullies gain power?
Dacher Keltner's research shows that sustained power comes as a result of some surprisingly friendly traits. Despite this, bullies do rise to power, and wield it for long periods of time.
The Three-Second Pause In the Classroom
Slow and Steady wins the race.
How Social-Emotional Skills Can Fit into School Curricula
Global health in schools
ABC's of emotions
Emotions play a big part in education. For teachers and students.
Please contact Mr. D for training tips and times the fitness center is open. Stop in and see him or call the school at 216-838-1850
Come join us at Willson School every second Wednesday of the month to enjoy free food and activities from 2pm to 4pm. All are welcome.