"Life is not a matter of having good cards, but of playing a poor hand well." ~ Robert Louis Stevens


More and more, teachers and school employees tell us that they experience a high level of stress at work.

Many classroom teachers are still in their classrooms working in the evening, take work home, work on weekends and work during the summer months. This kind of schedule can lead to physical, mental and emotional exhaustion.

Most websites and sources dedicated to this issue give similar advice. We urge educators to seek help with managing stress. In addition to the impact on one's health, teachers cannot deliver their best teaching if they are not healthy and are distracted by stress.

It is important to recognize the signs of stress and put strategies in place. Don't ignore stress. Get help.
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