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2019

  • May

    Greenwood has many different study spaces, such as our Learning Commons, available to suit students' needs.

    Low-Stress Studying: Tips from the Jack Chapter

    Throughout the year, Greenwood’s Jack Chapter has reminded students and staff to make mental health a priority. As exam time approaches, they’ve put together some valuable tips for effective, low-stress preparation.
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  • Better Sleep for Better Health

    Being short on sleep doesn’t just leave you feeling exhausted; it can also be hazardous for your health. Here’s why we’ve been stressing the importance of sleep with our students this year - and how you and your family can make sure you’re getting some quality Zs.
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  • Making Stress Our Friend

    Many of us build our lives around avoiding stress. But what if we should be embracing it instead?
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  • April

    Since introducing our cell-phone-free policy in the Lodge, there has been a sea change in lunchtime interactions.

    A Cell-Phone-Free Zone

    It’s lunchtime at Greenwood. The Lodge is humming with laughter and conversation - and there’s not a cell phone in sight.
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  • “This was a friendly tournament, with the emphasis on grade collaboration, rather than results,” said Grade 11 Boys’ Group facilitator, Connor McFarlane.

    Shooting Hoops & Strengthening Friendships

    Building strong cross-grade relationships is key to a healthy school environment. Our inaugural Boys’ Group Basketball Bonanza was designed to do just that.
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  • February

    Anne Farr '21 (front row, right) is in the pool every day (and sometimes twice a day) for training; her best events are the 200m Breaststroke and 200m Butterfly.

    Healthy Active Living for High Performance

    Health and well-being are critical to athletic success, especially when you’re performing at a high level. Our Healthy Active Living - Elite Athlete course helps competitive Greenwood athletes get what they need to succeed.
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  • January

    Fractals are everywhere in nature - including at Mini-Yo-We, where our Grade 7 students attend winter camp.

    Relieving Stress, Naturally

    Greenwood’s Outdoor Education program encourages students to find new depths of perseverance, take risks and adapt to their changing environment. But did you know that being in nature also reduces stress?
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  • Each Well-being Wednesday focuses on a presentation customized for each grade’s age and stage.

    Well-being Wednesday in Action

    Health and well-being programming is an integral part of Adviser this year - and you might be wondering what that means. Here’s an inside look at Mr. Schmidt’s Grade 8 Adviser class.
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