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Sand Hill Teaches SMART students
As a part of a building wide character education program, Sand Hill is teaching students SMART self management strategies:
S – Stay
M – Move quietly
A – Always do my best
R – Respect others
T – Think before I act
Students "caught" being SMART are given a small slip of paper with the above SMART logo on it, add their own and their teacher's names on the back, and bring to the office, where there is a bucket for K/1/2 tickets and one for 3/4/5 tickets. About twice a month, a random drawing is made from the two buckets full of SMART tickets. Students whose names are drawn receive a SMART Squiggle Pen and a popcorn coupon. Also, at the end of every month teachers are asked to identify the student in their class who most exemplifies the SMART characteristics, and those students receive the above "prizes", a SMART static cling, a SMART Certificate, have their names posted in the PawPrints, and have their picture posted in the front hallway!
To see the names of the students drawn or selected by the teachers, please select the appropriate page on the left menu.
Last Modified on March 12, 2009