November- December 2018
Project 351 Nominees and Ambassador
Project 351 is determined to meet the demand for high quality, enriching service opportunities that respect and reflect the unique gifts and world changing aspirations of young people. And, to joyfully mobilize that abundance of talent and goodness to uplift, unite, and transform communities. There is an ambassador chosen from every town/city is Massachusetts, which makes up the 351 students each year.
We are proud to have the school nominate several students and select one to represent the town of Stoughton.
Congrats to the following nominees and ambassador for the 2018-2019 school year for Project 351.
We are so proud of all of the nominees and we know that Jaelyn is going to make a huge difference in the state and make Stoughton proud!!
This year, students and teacher participated in a door decorating contest, spirit wear contest, minutes win it challenges where students faced off against their teachers, a performance by the marching band, and teachers participated in the turkey toss.
Veteran's Day Assembly
What is Growth Mindset??
OMS is making a real push to have students and teachers use the growth mindset approach at all times during the day. We asked a few students and teachers how they would define growth mindset. Here is what we heard...
Student Perspective: Growth mindset means to try your best and never give up.
Student Perspective: I think that growth mindset is challenging yourself to get better by practicing and have a positive mindset. It's also about helping others on your team or even people you do not know.
Student Perspective: Try hard, work hard, don't give up, understand that you aren't perfect, get up when you fall.
Teacher Perspective: Growth mindset to me is the ability to continue to persevere even if you are struggling. It is a belief that is almost more important than how much you know. Growth mindset tells us to try new things and continue to develop our skills whether we are working in an area that is a relative strength or weakness. We are always trying to improve and get better.
Teacher Perspective: In my classroom, I use growth mindset as a way to make sure everyone knows that it is okay to be working from your comfort level as long as you are trying to improve. Every student has different strengths and weaknesses and it is important to celebrate those in the name of hard work, effort, and determination.
Lions Club Peace Poster Contest
Abdul Razzak El Zohbi
3rd Place Winners :
Devon de Borst
Ana Clara Borges
1st Place Winner: