PCD faculty, staff, and students took the time to craft posters to share the things that make us feel the most thankful this year. The coloring activity allowed Upper Schoolers to de-stress at the end of the trimester while also provoking mindfulness and gratitude, says Director of Student Life Kelly Hutchinson, who led the initiative. "I thought it would be a nice way for advisory groups to end the trimester by reflecting a bit on what they are most thankful for," she says. The collection of posters are now displayed in the hallways of Lund. "The finished posters are a nice reminder for everyone of how much we have to be thankful for as a community."
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