Tuesday, December 2011
What the CWS Community Offers Us...
The Increasing influence and benefit of social networks manifest in both social & digital realms.
. . Dear CWS Friends, Families, and Community Members- As this thought-provoking lecture by Nicholas Christakas shows, inter-connectivity has a value in empowering individuals and strengthening their ability to assimilate information, aid their health and even create new social experiences. In a very literal way, our community can strengthen our psychological well-being and our lived experience. Just see the other articles in this week's bulletin about the Holiday Fair and the Festival of Lights Season to get a sense of the value of our school's families and friends as a deep resource for enhancing your life. And to support and strengthen our community we are asking that you stay connected to CWS via our Facebook page and other online forums. As we all head off to far-flung places, or stay here at home for the Winter break, WE ASK THAT YOU SIGN-UP FOR AND "LIKE" THE NEW CWS FACEBOOK PAGE If you are already a member of Facebook, the like button will connect some of our posts with your network. If you are not yet a member, please use this opportunity to sign-up for Facebook and join the CWS Facebook page, so you can receive our stream of activities information. And we appreciate any help that you can give us by simply suggesting to your Facebook community to find and “Like” us on Facebook as well. We will update the Facebook site as frequently as possible. As a newly active social media resource, please feel free to leave comments or CWS related activities postings on the new CWS Facebook page. Finally thanks for “Liking” us, promoting us to your online community networks and being a part of our networked community both online and off! -Jason Greenberg CWS Marketing & Communications Director