Roseville City School District encourages extra serving of Kindness & Gratitude


November update from RCSD

ROSEVILLE, CA – Has anyone noticed how busy life is this school year? Instead of falling into the trap of the word “busy,” I like to think of it from the perspective of life being full. Full of people, full of activity and full of fun! I encourage all of them RCSD The family makes November the month of giving and gratitude.

With schedules busier than in recent years with sports, events, fall gatherings, and more, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. But if we think about how full our lives are, this is a year to thank. Kids are full of energy in their classrooms and school sites are full of life. Learning is happening in a big way, and I’m really grateful to see that.

For many years, kindness has been a core value at RCSD, and it goes hand in hand with the concept of gratitude. Peek at Twitter feed And you’ll see what I mean. Students put their behaviors into practice by spreading empathy as goodwill ambassadors, working to improve their campus for fellow students through Student Councils, and more! I am grateful to see the students excel academically, but I am even happier to see them exercise empathy and gratitude.

RCSD Updates

Thank you and honor the veterans

There are some housekeeping items to note this month. First, we thank and honor American Veterans To serve them – and on November 11th we will celebrate with a school holiday. Then, of course, we’ll be closing our doors for the fall holiday on November 21-25. I hope everyone has a particularly memorable holiday this year. Thank you for making RCSD the special place it is!

How to spread gratitude and kindness this month? Talk as a family at home about this and see where the conversation takes you. If you’d like to get involved, I’d love to hear what you come up with – you can reach me at [email protected].

Dirk Garcia
RCSD Monitor

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