March Family Newsletter
Social & Emotional Learning Competency
- Social cues
- Social responsibility
- Appreciation for all people & cultures
How to Be a Kindness Role Model for Your Kids
We can inspire our kids to be kinder by talking about and practicing kindness ourselves. Read more >
Are you or someone you know in need of assistance?
- Housing & Shelter
- Food Assistance
- Counseling Resources
- Alcohol Resources
- Grief Support
If so, please click here for more information.
Family and Community Engagement
Parent University is continuing through the Spring.
We're bringing you the information you need to better connect, engage, and succeed. Visit www.duncanvilleisd.org/FACE to access the events calendar and join.
Recordings of past sessions are available on our YouTube channel.
Relaxing Musical Moment
Words of Wisdom
"People may forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."
Books for the Family
The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman & Ross Campbell, M.D.
I Am Enough by Grace Byers
Just As You Are: A Teens Guide to Self Acceptance and Lasting Self-Esteem by Michelle Skeen PsyD, Kelly Skeen
11 Steps to Rebuild Your Relationship with Food
Negative feelings about food and weight can derail even the healthiest of lifestyles. If you have a fraught relationship with certain foods or a history of compulsive dieting or binge eating, here are some strategies that can help you start to break the cycle: Read more >
A Sweaty 30-minute Cardio HIT Workout You Can Do Right in Your Living Room
If you’ve yet to try a high-intensity interval training (HIT) cardio workout, consider this your invitation. Trainers everywhere love them because they’re usually fast, always efficient, and can be adjusted to just about any level of expertise. Read more >