Proud families celebrate graduates who are confident and capable in what they know and are able to do.
Today I had lunch with eight Sullivan Middle School 8th graders. We talked about why they were proud of their school. They said, "We are proud of Sullivan because we have a good reputation. We might not do everything right, but we are known for being a good school." I am so encouraged when students are proud of their school!!
Its true that kids who go to private preschools have an advantage over kids who enter school at the kindergarten level. How could we create or fund this program?
So many children entering Kindergarten have not had the experiences they need to be successful. Our state needs a preschool program for ages 1-4 for all children in poverty. This program should be run by certified teachers.
It would be great if there were more options for students to work together to find jobs, a collaborative environment where they can gather and launch. The Millennial generation has 37% unemployment currently. Something has got to change, have you seen the gatherings in New York. They are marching for opportunity.
I find it difficult to be proud of my school if the school itself is lacking in the education department. Personally I feel that if you fix the ideas of education, more people will be proud of the school they graduated from.
Pride is very important in encouraging people to support a school. Having pride in your school because you had a good experience makes you want to pass on that experience to the students that come next.
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