If you have some odd jobs around your classroom and you need some help, don't forget to about the job board. You can let Jen Murray know and she will add it to the board.
Please continue to actively monitor the playground. Please walk around and keep a close eye of all areas of the playground.
May 16-EOY math grade 2 Day 1
EOY Science 3/4
May 17-EOY math grade 2 Day 2
PTA general meeting 5:30-everyone needs to attend
May 18-Wear your character shirt with jeans
May 19-Spring BAS window closes
Word of the Month-Character
Word of the Week-Describe
11 Principles of Character Education
Young people are often described as the leaders of tomorrow and leadership education is justified as preparation for future roles of responsibility. However, this approach neglects the role of young people as leaders today.
As members of the school community, students can play an important and unique role in determining the shape of character education initiatives.
Just as all character education leaders have a responsibility to be moral role models for the school community, student leaders can and should model good character.
Shout out to:
-Sherrie and Karla for helping out in the cafeteria when Michelle was out
-Rizzo and Murray for leading a great year for Character Crew
-Rizzo for having a successful first year with Rocket Boosters
-2nd grade team for taking Mrs. Janese's class when we couldn't find a sub