Chimborazo Elementary School’s
Community of caring Recycling Project
EOY Celebration for the Jaguar Pride Program – Chimborazo
This was the EOY Celebration for the Jaguar Pride Program. Parents, students, and teachers had dinner together. ALL FIRED UP came and lead the parents, students, and teachers in an art project using the COC symbol of a handprint.
Armstrong High School Richmond VA – Vignettes
Some of the activities and happenings with the help of the Community of Caring program Richmond, VA.
Student Hosts assisted with Kindergarten Registration today. They worked with our new Kindergarten students as their parents registered them for school. We colored Community of Caring bears and wrote encouraging notes on them. They explained that Woodville is a Community of Caring School and we are happy to have them a part of our family!
Student Hosts went outside and made cards for our new students! We are now ready for Spring Break!
Woodville’s table for the Kindergarten Transition Fair!
COC Diplomats at work. They are creating the recycling boxes and preparing the holiday food boxes.
George Mason – Monthly Community of Caring Celebration
These are from our Core Value Assembly on Tuesday, March 8th to recognize students who had shown the core value Trust.
Student work that our 4th and 5th grade classes. As an exit ticker for my classroom guidance lesson last month, students make posters, “How to be Trustworthy” to display around the school as a reminder for everyone to remember to show the core value trust/trustworthiness.
Our staff member who we recognized in February
Chimborazo – COC Diplomats
Woodville Elementary School – Martin Luther King Celebration
Woodville Elem. School. MLK Day of Service.
Black History Month meets COC
George Mason Award
GMES Fifth Grade Students
Our fifth grade students have many ways of showing caring and compassion. Use the link to view how.
George Mason ES – Exit Tickets
After completing classroom guidance in a third grade class yesterday, students completed an exit ticket and the responses were so great we wanted to share them!! View the third grade students responses (PDF).
Titan award winners at MLK Jr. Middle School
These are our first nine week Titan award winners, the pictures are by grade level. 8th grade is the smallest group, 7th grade has Mr. scarborough in the picture. 6th grade is the largest group.
Bellevue teacher receives national recognition for
‘Promising Practices’ in character education
Anne-Shirelle Harris, a school counselor at Bellevue Elementary School, has been named a 2015 recipient of Character.org’s National and International Promising Practices in Character Education award. Harris was recognized during the 22nd Annual National Forum of Character Education, held October 15-17 in Atlanta, Georgia. Read the Press Release