Seeley Swan Pathfinder -

By Andi Bourne

Providing Building Blocks for Healthy, Balanced, Engaged Students


Andi Bourne, Pathfinder

Phlight Club Facilitator Amy McDonald places a balloon on the web of support created by the students with string. The five students holding the string represent anchors, supportive adults, that help keep the balloon above the web. The balloon represents the youth's unique personality, abilities and talents. McDonald told the students the balloon grows and bounces on top of the web of support created by their anchors. The stronger their web of support, the more resilient they become.

SEELEY LAKE – Seeley Lake Elementary (SLE) is continuing the conversation and support for mental health following the Say Something Assembly. SLE has curriculum in place for all ages to help them learn how to identify and communicate their feelings and become more resilient. The mental services at SLE and in the community are a testament to the need and offer the help that many need to be able to stabilize and get back to a healthy, balanced life.

The Say Something Assemblies were held Jan. 17 and was put on by the Missoula County Sheriff's Office. Both a student and parent assembly were...

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