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Help Us #ShareTheGood

Help Us #ShareTheGood
Posted on 01/06/2021
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We all know the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on those in our schools. Every day we see news about the pandemic that is hard to read and process. It is easy to see the challenges and to feel helpless.

At the same time, we know the truly amazing things happening in our Bluewater District School Board schools each day. We see how our extraordinary staff take the difficult circumstances that form school right now, and still connect with and enrich not just the learning, but the life of each student. That is a story that deserves to be told.

That is why we want you to help us #ShareTheGood. This is a new bilingual campaign launched by School Mental Health Ontario to share the good work that is already happening in schools and school boards across the province. The campaign, which has an emphasis on social media, will be the spark that can ignite a widespread movement of positivity and optimism.

#ShareTheGood does not ignore how hard teaching and learning is during the pandemic. That is a daily reality for staff and students in schools across the province. Instead, the goal is to spotlight the stories, big and small, of greatness in that reality and amplify the good work so it is seen, heard, and shared. It is not just about mental health, but all the efforts to support students.

As a partner in this campaign, we want to be an ongoing source of positive news to bring hope and nurture optimism. There has never been a time when that has mattered more.

This is a campaign based on a simple concept – to spotlight the great things already happening in Ontario school boards. Follow School Mental Health Ontario on Twitter @SMHO_SMSO, tag them in your tweets, and use the #ShareTheGood hashtag. On Instagram, share your story by using #ShareTheGood and tagging @ThriveSMH. Share your stories and find out more ways to help at smho-smso.ca/ShareTheGood.


Bluewater District School Board is located on the traditional land of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, which is represented by the communities of Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation.
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