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School-Based Mental Health Program Supports Children Where They Are

Even before the pandemic, more and more students were experiencing mental health issues. With COVID, the number of children and their families who exhibited feelings of loss, isolation, depression, and anxiety continued to increase. We needed to find a way to get...

Enhancing Our Library

School libraries are supposed to be dynamic spaces where children go to learn, access resources, and become lifelong readers. The current library at The Bradley School is not that—yet!  With mismatched shelves, used books with yellowed pages, torn carpet, and...

The Transformative Power of The Eaton Day of Caring

For more than a decade, Eaton and its generous employees have rolled up their sleeves each summer to completely transform the Bradley campus during an Eaton Day of Caring. For the past two years, this event was canceled due to safety concerns over COVID-19.  The...

Supporting Student Mental Health

What can you do if your child is suffering from depression, grief, or other mental and emotional trauma? The answer depends on the situation, but it all comes down to one very important thing: awareness. If we don’t listen and pay attention to how our kids behave and...