Boost your well-being by sending kind thoughts to someone you love—and to someone you don’t get along with—with a little guidance from these students.
For 15 years, Mindful Schools has been a leader in bringing secular mindfulness to students and educators - first as a direct service provider, then through online trainings and an intensive certification, and now by adding K12 services to build capacity and transform systems, from the inside out. We're delighted to share our first Impact Report celebrating all we've accomplished over the last year.
“When I do mindfulness, I feel calm and I have confidence.” – 4th Grader. Together, let's create Mindful Schools to build empathy, resilience, and confidence in kids, and impact whole school communities! Listen to what students have to say about mindfulness.
Mindful Schools partnered with Passaic High School in New Jersey to make mindfulness practices available to educators and students.
Mindful Schools partnered with Paterson Public Schools in New Jersey to make mindfulness practices available to a district of 51 schools.
A first-grade teacher, a best friend, a parent — grab a tissue and watch high schoolers read their Gratitude Letters to the people they’re thankful for. Try this gratitude exercise with your students.
Thanks community support, Mindful Schools provided Laveen Elementary School with greater access to our programs, with remarkable results. Watch their story.
Watch what can happen when a school invests in a whole-school culture of mindfulness. Milner Middle School, a Title I school in Hartford, CT, has a multi-year partnership with Mindful Schools. Here is their story.
Watch and learn mindful movements and games for your classroom. (Adults love them too.) After a long day of sitting still in classes, help students get back in their bodies and ready to learn––and have a little fun.
In schools, our work is difficult and complex. Five teachers share how mindfulness has been foundational in supporting students with anxiety and stress and creating a positive school-wide culture.
Children and families are feeling the stress and mental impacts of covid-19. Learn how this family took Mindful Schools' free classes online to help them cope with stress and fear.
“I usually eat an orange by just shoving it in my mouth because they’re so delicious!” Today, let these elementary students guide you through eating mindfully – try engaging all your senses and paying full attention.