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What Lights Up Your Life?

Timberline’s Leadership class “Wolf Connection” focuses on gratitude
Photo by: Rian Kavulich
Gratitude notes decorate the windows of the science hall.

On Oct. 19th, Wolf Connection, a leadership program within the school, handed out papers for Timberline students to write three things they are grateful for. The point of this activity is to spread light and positivity on the things that make us who we are. The idea started from the Sources of Strength gratitude wheel where we can see the things that give us strength in life. The wheel consists of Physical Health, Mental Health, Family Support, Positive Friends, Mentors, Healthy Activities, Generosity, and Spirituality. Taking a moment to think about the people, and activities we love can remind us about all the great things we have in our lives. 

They were hung up on Oct. 24th and can be found in the science hall (200s) windows. There were over 1,000 papers turned in, where students wrote about family, friends, and food! This activity was meant to let students take time to think and appreciate the things they love. It is also a great opportunity to see what makes the student body happy, and to see all the things we have in common. This practice does not have to stop here, as Wolf Connection encourages frequently taking moments for yourself in any meditative or calming ritual that helps you. Stop by the science hall and see what your fellow classmates are grateful for!

Photo by: Rian Kavulich
One student chose to write Taylor Swift on their gratitude note.
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Rian Kavulich, Design/Tech Lead
Hello, my name is Rian! I am a senior, and this is my first year on the Timberline Paw Print. I am a reporter, and I plan on writing about events taking place in school. I enjoy reading; I am a big crime/thriller fan. I hope to go to college and major in English Literature. This year, I am excited to join a fun and creative team!
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