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
Dedication to exceed
Expectations in education and life
Reaching our goals of
Improving writing and