Once we find out where we are the strongest,
we can use our strengths to help ourselves and others.”

Acely is a Future Thinker. She wants to be a chef when she grows up. She tells the class all about what her mom cooks. She says she pays close attention to every technique her mom uses, so she will become a great cook, too. Ace says she will always concentrate when we are doing math because that will also help her to be a great chef!”
Strength of: Future Thinker – Mrs. Ralston

 

Delyla’s first instinct is always to be a helper when someone is hurt or sad. She wants to make sure people are always well taken care of and will do what she can to remedy a situation. Delyla is very kind and has a good heart when it comes to caring for others.”
Strength of: Caring – Mrs. Yocklin

 

William is an Acheiver! – William is a self-starter who likes to get things done. He excels when he has a specific goal to work towards. He helps push others in our class to want to meet their goals as well. William excels in achieving.”
Strength of: Achieving – Ms. Staggie

 

Marley is very dependable.  I can always count on her to be listening during lessons, and doing her best on all of her work.  She is a great example of dependability to all of her classmates as she is a kind, loyal friend, too!” 😊
Strength of: Dependability – Ms. Bishop

 

Harper is always thinking of others, and showing caring and kindness.  She is very thoughtful and helps others around her.  She is a wonderful person to be around!” 😊
Strength of: Caring – Ms. Bishop

 

Jefferson likes to get assignments done first, but he always makes sure that he has done his best work.  He likes to do well on Xtra Math and competes against his classmates.  He is always kind and considerate when competing.”
Strength of: Competing – Mrs. Horlacher