Category: Leader in Me
Before the Winter break, our Character Lab focus was optimism. Our learner, Esmae Welch, exhibits optimism daily. It was especially evident during the second grade presentation of learning (POL).
Last week’s Character Lab focus was purpose. Our learner, Mason Watts, exhibited purpose, grit, and gratitude during the flag football game against St. Mary’s. At the end of the game,
Last week’s Character Lab focus was grit. Our learner, Victoria Nuckles, exhibited grit during her 4th grade Presentation of Learning. She was able to present with enthusiasm and clearly explain
Last week’s Character Lab focus was gratitude. Our entire school community showed great gratitude and participation. We are thankful to all of the parents, learners, facilitators, and staff members who
Last week’s Character Lab focus was “zest!” Our entire school showed self-control and zest as we joined in the fun of this year’s Costume Parade on October 31st. We
Two 6th-grade learners , Samuel Sabedra and Brenden O’Malley, exhibited self control, zest, and purpose as they presented their Literary Pumpkin Projects. Each learner read a book, analyzed the characters,
Character Lab Focus: Curiosity Our 7th-grade learners are researching leaders and influential people such as Gandhi, Steve Chen, Muhammad Ali, Rosa Parks, JFK, George Washington, Alexander the Great, and Franklin
Have you ever wondered what the “7 Habits” are, what the “Leader in Me” is, or how we use them on our campus and in our homes? Great news: The 7
Our third-grade learner, Ace Smith in Ms. Ellington’s class, exhibited our character lab traits of curiosity, a growth mindset, zest, and kindness. He found a book on Alexander Graham Bell
This week our focus is Habit #7: Sharpening the Saw. We look forward to acknowledging learners and staff who display this habit.