UGA Lead Dawgs

March 2014 Edition

Wear Green on March 17th!

Saint Patrick's Day is widely recognized and celebrated throughout the country. It is named after Saint Patrick, the most commonly recognized of the patron saints of Ireland and is observed as a celebration of Irish and Irish American culture. Celebrations include prominent displays of the color green, massive feasts, religious observances, and numerous parades. The holiday has been celebrated in the United States since the late eighteenth century.

Get Cookin'!

1. St. Patrick’s Day celebrations sometimes include extravagant meals. A fun and easy activity is to bake “Clover Cookies”. These cookies are green and clover shaped. Enjoy some time together with your family while making these very festive cookies.

http://spoonful.com/recipes/clover-cookies

2. A great way to learn more about St. Patrick’s Day is by playing games. This website is full of family-friendly games related to St. Patrick’s Day. Enjoy the games by yourself or involve the whole family and get a competition going.

http://www.primarygames.com/holidays/st.patricksday/games.php

Have Some Fun in March!

Local Activities in March:

- The 132nd Annual Atlanta St. Patrick’s Parade. Saturday, March 15, 2014, 12:00 PM. The intersection of 15th and Peachtree Streets, Midtown. http://atlantastpats.com/

- Atlanta Science Festival. March 22 - 29, 2014. Various locations around Metro-Atlanta. http://www.atlantasciencefestival.org/

- Rush 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run. Saturday, March 29, 2014, 8:00 AM. Snellville United Methodist Church. http://www.snellvilleumc.org/race

Challenge #2: Be Responsible

Your kids did a great job on the first challenge, "Set Goals." They have now received their second super hero challenge: BE RESPONSIBLE.

What is responsibility?


Responsibility is the state of being able to be

reliable, dependable, answerable, or accountable for

something within your power, control, or management.


The students are to select 3 missions out of the 6 available to be turned in by March 14th.

Keep encouraging them to get on Edmodo and talk to their Lead Dawg coaches, we love it! Many of your students have already let us know what missions they have chosen to accomplish. Some of the missions include designing their own superhero, showing how to be responsible around the house, and creating an acronym for "responsible." We cannot wait to see what they come up with!



“Accept responsibility for your life.

Know that it is you who will get

you where you want to go, no one

else.”

-Les brown