Well-being is a practice, much like teaching, that requires individuals and communities to continually prioritize and recommit. In this workshop, we draw from current research and data from our Faculty & Staff Survey to identify opportunities and strategies for individuals and the school to improve faculty and staff well-being.



Grade Level

Can be tailored to Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, or
High School

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand the concept of stress, the body’s response to it, and what the research says about stress management and ways to promote a healthier workplace.
  2. Identify triggers and root causes of your own stress
  3. Explore practical strategies to improve your own well-being, as well as that of faculty and staff.

“The opportunity to meet with colleagues to share feelings and reactions to the material presented was hugely beneficial. I learned how valuable it is for us to adapt to the current situation and try to be positive for ourselves, our students, and our school community.”


Challenge Success offers limited financial assistance based on need. Click here to apply.