Ten students in Clemens HS choir have been selected for pre-area competition; eight students from Steele HS have qualified. The Peers Assistance Leaders (PALS) program at Steele and Clemens are helping serve positive role models for students in the lower grade levels. Students at Jordan Intermediate School are participating in the Global Read Aloud program, sharing novels with students in other countries, such as Argentina. Watts Elementary School has a Kids Helping Kids program, as students in fourth grade are learning mentoring skills with younger students on campus. They assist by reading to younger students, helping with math, and a helper to the classroom teacher. Students at Jordan Intermediate School have formed the Eagle welcoming committee. The students help lift up their peers with smiles, high fives, and positive affirmations.
To discover more ideas, check out the Texas Association of School Boards website for their School Board Recognition Month Planning Kit.
Article was researched, written and coordinated by
Michael Kenning, Cameron Spano, Austin Lawrence, Dalton Jacobson, & Juan Jose Espinoza Flores