Calmer Schools promotes mental health literacy and trauma-informed education to improve school and classroom well-being and boost academic performance. Learn how to manage stress, build personal resilience in students and staff, and cultivate calmer classrooms and schools with practical tools and strategies focused on healing.
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Graduate Credits for Recertification

Learn how to bring a calm mindset to the workplace to boost individual and team well-being and productivity

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Training for School Leaders

Boost capacity for students and educators to understand and react to adversity in healthy and constructive ways.

Based upon the expertise and experience of

Meredith McNerney

Meredith is an adjunct professor, published author, former principal, and founder of A Message for Hope Cancer Fund. Meredith is certified by Stanford's Center for Health Education in Employee Wellness and Stress Management and will ignite a new passion in educators by teaching them to cultivate calm through connected relationships.

What people are saying about our work...

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"Meredith taught me to take time for myself and that I already have the experiences to draw from. I can do this!"

Building schools where healing, resilience, and academic excellence thrive together.

Calm Classrooms

Where mindfulness and emotional regulation strategies create safe spaces for learning and growth.

Resilient Educators

Who develop coping mechanisms to help themselves and their students overcome adversity, bounce back from setbacks, and thrive in the face of academic and emotional challenges.

Academic Excellence

By teaching educators to create the conditions for learning to unlock each student's full potential.

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