What is Eudemonia? Eudemonia is an ancient Greek term that today is used to describe a focus on well-being, happiness, and a meaningful, balanced life. Eudemonia connects to two Multiple Intelligences, Intrapersonal and Interpersonal — the ways we connect to others and ourselves.
Gifts to The Eudemonia Fund support our focus on student and faculty community and well-being. Well-being and meaningful relationships are incredibly important to student learning, and nurturing community is essential to Gardner’s focus on the whole child.
Your gift to The Eudemonia Fund supports:
Our campus Garden and Wetlands, which provide space for all of our community members to learn, play, volunteer, and even find quiet moments in a natural environment.
Classroom resources that enhance our students’ individual and collective enjoyment of their learning and social environments.
Student community building programs such as special Community Meeting presentations and Buddies activities.
Activities and opportunities that foster community within our staff, such as professional development workshops, education conferences, team-building, and celebrations.
Donations may be made to The Eudemonia Fund at any time, by clicking HERE or by contacting Scott Kerman, Head of School, at email@example.com.
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