Silver Strand is Celebrating Character Counts Week in Many WaysPosted by: SSES Registrar 4 years, 7 months ago
All students in grades K-5 attended “BASH”, an assembly (funded by the Rotary Club of Coronado) performed by the Lamb’s Players Educational Outreach Program. The “BASH” production focused on the Character Counts pillars of Respect, Responsibility, and Fairness.
Six Pillars of Character
Presentations by our MFLC and school counselor on the six pillars of character took place this week during library specials. They are also are working with students in creating a hand print quilt, tracing their hands on a square of colored paper that corresponds with their grade’s pillar color and writing the way in which he/she displays that character trait. This collaborative quilt will be completed and on display for parents to view by October 30th. On October 23rd, students are asked to wear a shirt that corresponds with his/her grade’s pillar color. During the Friday Flagpole Ceremony, we’ll be taking a school photo to post on our website showing Silver Strand’s true colors of character.
“What I Want to be When I Grow Up” Day
Our annual “What I Want to Be When I Grow Up” Day took place on October 19th. Students attended presentations from a wide variety of professionals who spoke about different career paths, the importance of a good education, and how the six pillars of good character weave through our life choices.
Mix It Up at Lunch Day
Students will participate in “Mix It Up at Lunch Day”, a national campaign that will take place throughout the country on October 27th. Our MFLC will coordinate this event in which students are asked to move out of their comfort zones and connect with someone new over lunch.
Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week certificates will be distributed by high school members of Team SAFE in all classrooms on the morning of October 27th.
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