Earth Day 2023: How to Talk to Your Child About Climate Change
In honor of Earth Day, all Headwaters parents and guardians are invited to join Patricia for a special Parent Ed event called “How to Talk To Your Child About Climate Change.” Patricia will be presenting via a special lunchtime Zoom this Friday, April 28 from 12-12:45 p.m. Register here. We hope parents can join in, listen, and participate virtually.
My sincere congratulations to the Headwaters Photography students (Maya, Liza, Odessa, Della, Alex, Amia, Mav, Vishwanathan, Jonah, and Ramsey) who participated in this year’s Visual Arts Scholastic Event!
Ted Talks March/April 2023: Guided by Our Strategic Priorities
Friend of Headwaters and longtime school psychologist, Rob Evans, has taught us that schools, when faced with change, have more in common with religious congregations than they do with companies or other organizations. It’s demonstrated in our commitment to values, mission, and relationships, especially in the important and immeasurable areas of connection and community.
2/22 Author Reading: Blue Ink Tears with Roberto Germán
Join Headwaters in welcoming Roberto Germán to the River Campus for a very special Author Reading of Blue Ink Tears. You may recognize Roberto, he was our Middle School Director from 2017-2020 and continues to live the PACT every day!
Due to continued power outages throughout the area and clean-up efforts on our campuses, allHeadwaters campuses and offices will remain closed Friday, February 3, 2023. All classes and after-school events are canceled.
The Development Office is excited to announce our new take on Amplify Austin Day–the PACT Challenge! Mark your calendars for Thursday, March 2, when we will host a concert at Springdale Station to support financial aid at Headwaters!
I want to express particular pride in two students who are living the “A” in our PACT by being advocates for Afghan refugee families here in Texas. Yara Hussain (‘23) and Stewart Haas (‘24) were showcased on both Fox 7 and KXAN on December 11 for seeing their Community Leader’s (CLs) project–fundraising to purchase sewing machines to help Afghan refugee women economically support their families and themselves–come to fruition.
Ted Talks January/February 2023: Shining a Spotlight on Three Strategic Priorities
It is easy to be anxious these days, very easy. This has been true many times in human history and it is especially true for those of us in care of children and students–both parents and educators. While it can feel counter-intuitive given the daily demands of the world, it is important for us to think ahead and do our best to imagine what our school could become for current and future students.
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