We shall walk together on this path of life, for all things are part of the universe, and are connected with each other to form one whole community.
Fri, 06 Dec 2013
Cinnamon waffle, Orange juice, Milk
Hamburger on whole-grain bun, Baked beans, Orange wedges, Milk
Mon, 09 Dec 2013
Zucchini bread, Orange juice, Milk
Barbeque chicken cutlet, Cornbread loaf, Glory greens, Pineapple tidbits and mandarin orange sections, Milk
For the first several weeks of school we spend a lot of our family circle time talking about what we all must do to have a peaceful classroom and school. A peaceful classroom is one in which everyone can learn, be happy and feel safe and secure.
The yellow peace rose is used as a school-wide symbol to represent the guidelines in all of the common areas of our school building. Common areas include the hallways, restrooms, cafeteria, playgrounds. These guidelines are discussed so that there is no doubt that each of our students understand these expectations. They are also posted throughout our building in the respective areas as reminders.
We also use the rose to help develop our classroom rules as well. Each year the students help decide what the rules need to be. The rules are based on the word ROSE. R = respect, O = Others, S = Self, E = Environment. I usually add an S to the word ROSE to make ROSES. The last S = Safety.