Middle school students develop strengths to handle challenges

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Middle school students develop strengths to handle challenges

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Miller Middle School students, from left, Ellie Casias, 12, Caven Crowl, 12, Dillon Harris, 12, Amelia Scott, 12, and teacher Sarah St. John make and give away smoothies Friday during Sources of Strength activities.
Miller Middle School students line up to get smoothies Friday during Sources of Strength activities at the school. Students have developed healthy activities and practiced generosity as part of the program this year.
Brock Vowell, a teacher adviser at Miller Middle School, teaches students breathing exercises Friday during Sources of Strength activities.
Miller Middle School students color and learn breathing exercises Friday as part of the Sources of Strength program.

Middle school students develop strengths to handle challenges

Miller Middle School students, from left, Ellie Casias, 12, Caven Crowl, 12, Dillon Harris, 12, Amelia Scott, 12, and teacher Sarah St. John make and give away smoothies Friday during Sources of Strength activities.
Miller Middle School students line up to get smoothies Friday during Sources of Strength activities at the school. Students have developed healthy activities and practiced generosity as part of the program this year.
Brock Vowell, a teacher adviser at Miller Middle School, teaches students breathing exercises Friday during Sources of Strength activities.
Miller Middle School students color and learn breathing exercises Friday as part of the Sources of Strength program.
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