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Congratulations to Mr. Eric! We "Gotcha Being PAWsitive!" and your name has been added to the WSIS PAW CRAWL!
Rhaina nominated Mr. Eric because she noticed him always
helping in the Cafeteria! We LOVE you!
about the students at
Warm Springs Intermediate School!
And, where we will take a Positive moment each week to
"Talk It Out"
and discuss important student issues.
As we listen to our school family share their dreams, how hard they worked/studied, when they were little, stories of their life, and how Positive Actions helped them, we learn a little more about each other. Discovering about each other's life helps us to understand why and how we become who we are.
Here is today's video vlog from Mrs. Hott where we will get to meet some friends who work in the heart of Warm Springs Intermediate School, the School Office! Ms. Tammy and Ms. Malinda share what inspires them to come to school every day! Discover true teamwork at its' best from the very school secretaries that keep the heart of our school beating!
So, guess what that means?! Your teachers also want to learn more about YOU too! For Positive Actions each Tuesday, you will have the opportunity to share something new about yourself with your teacher and classmates. It is "Talk It Out Time!" Each week, we will share one brand spanking new thing about our self.
Here is what Mrs. Hott wants you to do each week. I will give you a completely different topic, and you will share with your teacher and friends something brand new or unknown about yourself! Just watch the discoveries...we may find that someone in our class we don't know very well may have something in common with us! Or, we may be completely and crazily different. And, guess what?!...That is OK! It is a Positive Action to learn about our community's likes and respect each other's differences.
So, for today's "Talk It Out," are you ready? Here is our discovery question:
Wait, that's not so hard, right? But once you have decided what your favorite pizza topping is, I want you to also include WHY it is your favorite.
I'll go first. Hi! My name is Mrs. Hott. My favorite pizza topping is, well...only the best ever pizza topping there is, of course.... PEPPERONI! Pepperoni is my absolute favorite pizza topping because, even though I will eat other things on my pizza (with the exception of anchovies because that is just gross in my book), a good 'ole pepperoni pizza is simple and delicious. Look at this:
Yum! Nothing beats a Food Lion special Tombstone Pizza, right? And for $3.99 - you can't beat the price either! I do love to go out for pizza sometimes too. What is your favorite place to go out for pizza? Have you ever been here?
Pretty awesome, right? Now, it's YOUR turn! When you are ready to share, raise your hand then tell us YOUR favorite pizza topping is and why!
That was awesome too! You ALL just did a positive action by sharing something about yourself. It is positive because it helps us to better understand each other.
To close, we will finish Talkin Tuesdays with a chance for you to share something important with your teacher. Is there something you feel like "if my teacher only knew...." it would help her/him understand you better? What is new this week you can tell your teacher? For example, if my teacher knew how hard I tried or I really did do my best on our spelling words, you may feel more positive! Or, if my teacher only knew why I was late again, maybe she/he can help me, etc.
In your Positive Action folder, you will find a Talk It Out Tuesday page. Here, write one thing down you wish your teacher knew about your week. Sometimes it helps to get our thoughts together when we write it down. And, if you need to talk later, just ask your teacher, parent, friend, Ms. Kline, or Mrs. Hott by saying "May I please share a "talk it out" with you?"
Remember, sometimes our negative thoughts can turn positive just by telling or sharing with another person! It is a Positive Action to "peacefully resolve our conflicts" too with others at home, school, and our community. "Talking it out" starts with one student at a time...and that is.....