Things to do in February

As we begin the new year as teachers and community members it is important to stay connected with our students and others around us. My school, as a part of the Adams 12 School District, sends out a weekly bulletin with wellness ideas and activities for ourselves and the families we work with. Here are a few ideas for the month of February:

Denver Public Library Challenge For Adults – Jan 2 – Feb 28
Denver Public Library’s Winter of Reading is a reading challenge like the Summer of Adventure, except it’s for adults 17 and over! You read and complete library-related activities, fill in those items in your brochure or through DPL’s Beanstack site (this year’s online challenge tracker) and then claim your prize. Simple yet sweet.

Get Prepared! February is Black History Month
37 Black History Videos for Students in Every Grade Level
33 Black History Month Activities for February and Beyond

Help Children Make Friends With Their Feelings
From the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA), Meet the DBSA Mood Crew™! DBSA is a comprehensive resource that provides education, tools, peer support, and a wealth of inspiring stories to help you pursue your own path to wellness.

Inspirational Speaker Series For Educators
2020 was a doozy for educators, and we all deserve to hit the refresh button in 2021. Featuring three amazing presenters, the Horace Mann Virtual Speaker Series is chock full of optimistic messages to help us find financial security, empowerment, and inspiration in the new year.

Free Cooking Matters Program
Joyful Journeys is bringing Cooking Matters to the community in a remote setting! The classes will still have instructors and food will be provided. Sessions offered in English and Spanish. Fill out this questionnaire to help JJ gauge interest and plan days and times.

Free Virtual Tutoring Program-Jan 25-Mar 26
Non-profit organization A True Change is offering small-group homework help for grades 6-12 in English & Spanish. Register at

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