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Leader In Me PTO Program Oct. 2918

Leader In Me at RES!

Leader In Me Program PTO Program
Oct. 2018

Leader in Me® is a whole-school transformation model and process developed in partnership with educators that empowers students with the leadership and life skills they need to thrive in the 21st century. It is based on principles and practices of personal, interpersonal and organizational effectiveness, and upon the powerful premise that every child possesses unique strengths and has the ability to be a leader.

Leader in Me helps students learn how to become self-reliant, take initiative, plan ahead, set and track goals, do their homework, prioritize their time, manage their emotions, be considerate of others, express their viewpoint persuasively, resolve conflicts, find creative solutions, value differences, and live a balanced life. The process helps students develop the skills and self-confidence they need to lead their lives and succeed in school and beyond.

Leader in Me seeks to:

  • Create a culture of trust and engagement.
  • Empower students to lead their own lives, and make a difference with others.
  • Provide students tools to better achieve goals.
  • Develop student voice.

Click HERE to learn more about the Leader In Me Program!

 

Leader In Me Program here at RES!

The students began the program with the Seven Habits song.  This song shares all of the seven habits we have been living and learning!  The kindergarten and 1st grade students sang Begin With The End in Mind followed by 2nd/3rd grade singing Put First Tings First & Think Win Win!  Next the 4th grade students sang Seek First to Understand then be Understood.   FInally the 5th/6th graders sand Synergize and Sharpen the Saw songs.    The program ended with Oye with all students joining in to sing and the X-team playing Ghostbusters on the Orf instruments.

 

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