Moore Shows Kindness
In an effort to show kindness, Sallye Moore's community engagement liaison, Maggie Wolters, and school counselor, Shannon Neal, partnered with the local YMCA to provide assistance to victims of the recent hurricanes. Items collected include non-perishable food items, diapers, wipes, and personal hygiene products. All donations will be delivered to the YMCA. Pictured: Mr. Joel Hernandez-Vice Principal, Ms. Maggie Wolters, Mrs. Shannon Neal
Moseley Kindness Week
Moseley Elementary art students, with the help of visual arts specialist Ms. Bishop and her UTA student teacher Ms. Martinez, kicked off Kindness Week early on Friday by creating giant collage worlds with painted paper to show that "Kindness is contagious!" They pledge to show kindness everywhere. These collaborative collages are displayed around the school as reminders to be kind. Ms. Green, Moseley's school counselor, is helping the teachers and students find ways to incorporate discussions about kindness in all subject areas this week.
Eisenhower Elementary administrators, counselors, parent liaison, and PTA joined together to speak to prospective volunteers. There was a great turnout and some even received assistance in completing their online application immediately following the meeting. We are excited about all the volunteers that came out to learn about volunteering at our school.
School for the Highly Gifted Dabbing for Kindness
SHG school counselor and students discussed anti-bullying and acts of kindness during guidance lessons. In addition to promoting the T.A.L.K. (Try A Little Kindness) Challenge of the Month - Compliments, students "Dabbed for Kindness."
Dubiski Meets the CIA
Exciting things are happening at Dubiski. The counselors partnered with their pathway students and teachers and invited The Culinary Institute of America and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science to inform students about college and career options.