Club Features

Self-Reflection Through Journaling

On November 30th, 2021, Milton Minds Matter (MMM) kicked off their first club meeting with a journaling session. Club members thought that journaling would be a great way to practice creativity and self-reflection. It’s also a great way to support a peer. Milton’s Co-President Annette Swenson, shared a testimonial of the joy students experienced while […]

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The Gift That Keeps On Giving: Gratitude

Frost Minds Matter, a middle school pilot program site in Fairfax, VA has ramped up their attitude of gratitude this season. First, Frost hosted a Gratitude Challenge. Students were given post-it notes to write down something they are grateful for. The post-its were then pasted onto a wall in the shape of a heart. Frost […]

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Hosting a Wellness Week

Blake Minds Matter (BMM) from James Hubert Blake High School located in Silver Spring, Maryland, recently hosted a Wellness Week in collaboration with Blake Leaders Institute, a student organization that provides teens with leadership development opportunities and service projects. The purpose of the Wellness Week was to educate their school community about mental health and […]

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weebly page for OMM club

Sometimes, promoting and making your OMM club accessible to all requires some tech savviness! Parkview Minds Matter from Lilburn, Georgia, created a Weebly page so that members and interested folks can easily see all relevant club information. In addition to listing meeting dates, the Parkview leaders also wanted to make sure anyone visiting the page […]

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Boys Mental Health Q&A

In light of our Men’s Minds Matter campaign, we would like to recognize a current club at an all boys school on the West Coast. Cubs Minds Matter, from Loyola High School of Los Angeles, applied to start a club this past August. Here is a Q&A with some of the Cubs Minds Matter student […]

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representing omm at a homecoming parade

Madison Minds Matter showed off their OMM pride at their Homecoming Parade at Madison High School in Vienna, Virginia. Student leaders reached out to their school’s SGA to sign up to walk in the parade, and then promoted the walk on their MMM Instagram and on their Schoology to reach as many folks as possible. […]

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Creating Motivational Posters

South River Minds Matter from Edgewater, MD, sprinkled their school with a little bit of positivity & motivation at a recent club meeting. Who doesn’t need a little inspiration during the school day? Club members and leaders created posters with various supportive, uplifting, and validating messages. Posters were hung up throughout the whole school so […]

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Engaging with student athletes

A few weeks ago, Gahanna Minds Matter from Gahanna, Ohio, met up with their school’s fall sports teams. Club leaders attended various team practices to talk about their club’s work. In the image below, Gahanna student leaders are speaking with the Lincoln High School freshman, junior varsity, and varsity football teams to discuss why mental […]

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Calm Cafe

School can be stressful. And sometimes, we all need a place to decompress. The students and staff at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, Virginia definitely understand that, so their Rams Minds Matter club created the Calm Cafe! The Calm Cafe is a place for students to go when they need a safe, calming space. It […]

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Representing at a Club Fair

It’s that time of year again! The school year is in full swing & many of our clubs have represented their Minds Matter club by hosting a booth at a club fair. A club fair is a great way to get the word out about your club and to recruit new members. We know that […]

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