January 3, 2007

As Challenges Arise

Posted in Uncategorized at 3:26 pm by gary

As we enter our second semester, it has becomehelping_out_each_other.jpg time for you to assess what you have accomplished thus far in our school and our community.  It isn’t only the big things that have impact, like, helping the elderly or tutoring after school, but also, doing what you need to do in and around the classroom.  Have you picked up the piece of paper that you passed on the floor, or returned the plate or scissors to the appropriate place, even if it wasn’t yours.

The question is:  Do you go out of your way to help out the school or your community without receiving any acknowledgment for your deeds?   How do students step out of their own world to give to others?

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3 Comments »

  1. Person said,

    People are putting garlic bread in the recycling. Is that the kind of school we want to have?

  2. Jocelyn S. said,

    Garlic bread, lettuce, milk cartons, forks—it all ends up in the recycling. That is not the kind of school I want us to have.

  3. Chris said,

    Even though I don’t buy lunch, we need to put biodegradeable materials in the compost, not the recycling.


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