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Success Class Concepts

  • Success 2017-2018

     

    Success classes are held twice a month for each grade. The students come from non-core classes of PE, Keyboarding, Art, and also the 7th & 8th grade History classes. It has been said that the “hard skills” (math, language, science, etc.) will get you a job. The “soft skills” (personal skills of getting along, problem solving, goal setting, etc.) will help you keep a job. Success classes focus primarily on these soft skills.

     

    This year, students in grades 5, 6, and 7 will go through The Character Chronicles, a video series created and produced by Elkind+Sweet Communications, Inc. in association with Character Counts! Co-Produced by Amy Lawday Productions.

     

    Aug-Sept. Trustworthiness +Internet Safety

    • Being honest. Don’t lie, cheat, or steal.
    • Being reliable. Keeping your promises and following through on your commitments.
    • Having the courage to do what is right, even when it is difficult.
    • Being a good friend by showing you are trustworthy.

     

    Oct.-Dec. Respect + Red Ribbon Week

    • Treating people the way you want to be treated.
    • Treating people with civility, courtesy, dignity.
    • Being sensitive to other people’s feelings.
    • Not insulting people or making fun of them.
    • Not ridiculing or embarrassing people.
    • Not going along with prejudices or racist attitudes.

     

    Jan-Feb. Responsibility

    • Doing what needs to be done.
    • Being reliable and dependable.
    • Being accountable for your actions.
    • Not making excuses or blaming others.
    • Following through on your commitments.

     

    March Fairness

    • Treat others the way you want to be treated
    • Treat people impartially and without prejudice.
    • Consider the feelings of all people who will be affected by your actions.
    • Be open-minded and reasonable.
    • Play by the rles
    • Don’t take advantage of others.

     

    Apr.-May Caring

    • Be sensitive to people’s feelings.
    • Treat people with kindness and generosity
    • Think about how your actions will affect others.
    • Never be mean or hurtful
    • Help people in need.
    • Always remember—we become caring people by doing caring things.

     

               8th Grade

    Internet Safety

    Suicide Prevention QPR

    Utah Student Planning Guide:        

           Purpose of Middle School

           Studying for Success

           Protecting your Identity

           Holland Personality Types

           Jobs matching Holland Codes

    3s of College

    Paying for post-high school ed.

    College Requirements & SMART goals

    Looking for the best college for you

    Personal CCA-SEOP, Registering for HS

    Volunteerism & Community Involvement