Our school started The Leader in Me program this school year. Athens State University hosted a Symposium and the participants visited local schools to see what they were doing. Our school was chosen as one of the sites to visit so I thought I'd share some pictures from around the building.
We have positive quotes around the school above the doors.
In the front we also have a quote from each grade level posted. This one is the quote from 5th grade.
I also finished my 100 Ways to be a Leader bulletin board. I took pictures of some of the kids and added habits 1-6 in bubbles above their heads.
This is the hallway outside the lunchroom/library. We have our super leader bulletin board and then a display area for each grade level to feature what they are doing!
We also have banners on the ceiling with each of the habits listed.
First grade created a community of leaders wall.
Second grade took pictures of kids and this one says "Second Graders are LEADERS!"
Thursday we had a lot of visitors in the school
and we had student leaders as tour guides. Colette and Bella were the leaders selected from our classroom to lead the tour groups.
Mrs. Lawrence, a 3rd grade teacher, dressed up as a super leader. She had her super leader cape and mask as a disguise.
We also went bowling Friday. The kids had a great time! They have been learning to bowl in PE and the PE teachers take each grade level to the bowling alley to practice their skills.
Finally, Friday night we had a Daddy Daughter dance! There were over 250 people who attended.
Yes, I took my daddy to the dance too! I couldn't resist because even as an adult I'm still a daddy's girl!
STUDENTS: Which habit is the most meaningful to you so far? We have learned about habits 1-5 up to this point. So tell me how you are using the habits to become a leader. (7 up sentences get a bonus ticket)