Posted May 10, 2020
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Making connections on campus has become distinctly more challenging in the previous weeks. As leaders on campus, it is our great responsibility to keep spirits high during these challenging times and to continue to look for new ways to keep students connected to their schools. Here are some ideas that an advisor or coach can do to keep morale up and spread positivity by making the connection with other groups on campus.
RECOGNIZE SENIOR ACHIEVEMENTS
The spring season is supposed to be filled with many competitions and celebratory events. If these experiences are no longer possible for your seniors, look for ways to honor and recognize those individuals for all they have given to your school community.
ENHANCE SCHOOL SPIRIT
Building a sense of community and support during this time is so important. Look for ways your school groups can interact and work together for the benefit of your students and community.
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