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    P.R.I.D.E. is an advisement period that meets every day for approximately 16-20 minutes.  Teachers serve as advisors or mentors to the students in their P.R.I.D.E. classes.  They strive to build a rapport with students, sharing ways to become a productive and positive Wildcat.  This period is also a time for reflection for students in monitoring their academic, behavioral, and personal progress – a time well spent in preparing for a successful student-led conference.  Students also enjoy developing relationships with fellow classmates during P.R.I.D.E.

     

    The first week of school is busy with helping students get off to a good start in getting organized and knowing the rules. 

    • Distribute lockers
    • Discuss/Read student handbook
    • Discuss discipline, behavior, and expectations (classroom discipline report and discipline referral)
    • Get to know you activity
    • Define what PRIDE is

     

    What is the acronym for P.R.I.D.E.?

    Each grade level was asked to come up with their own acronym:

     

    6th Grade

    Positive Individuals who

    Respect each others

    Ideas and

    Dedication to exceed

    Expectations in education and life

     

    7th Grade

    Perseverance in

    Reaching our goals of

    Improving writing and

    Determination to

    Exceed expectations

     

    8th Grade

    Primarily

    Responsible

    Individuals

    Demonstrating

    Excellence Everyday

     

     

Last Modified on June 20, 2017