Sunflowers are both beautiful and inspirational.
You may already know that sunflowers face towards the sun to get their energy. But did you also know that it is thought that on cloudy days sunflowers turn to each other to share their energy?
Sunflowers not only represent sunshine and happiness, they also help each other below the surface. Sunflower roots are aware of each other and have been shown to work together to share nutrients.
Each family received a sunflower with sunflowers being hand delivered to our online students by staff members.
A reminder to our St. Michael's College community that, although separated, like a sunflower, we can turn to each other for support during these uncertain times.
Here are a few pictures ...
COVID - 19 Updates
The latest information from Queensland Health can be accessed here.
We regularly send home updates to families with our response to the COVID-19 oubreak.
Please see the following well-being resources for Parents and Students.
Self care in times of uncertainty
We have been give permission to share the following information sheet by Counselor Keri, which you may find useful to help with childrens worries about COVID-19.
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