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Park Students Are BRAVE This Year!

Submitted by lacee.stoneman on Tue, 09/08/2020 - 14:54

Here is what a few of our leaders said when asked what being brave meant to them,

Caroline Pennington Kindergarten Mrs. Sterner- Being brave means to trust someone.

Harlee Child Kindergarten Mr. Elliott-Being brave means to not worry.

Lucas Freeze Kindergarten Mrs. Sterner- Being brave means not being scared.

Celeste Garrett 1st Grade Mrs. Crouch- Being brave means helping others.

Lucas Moore 1st Grade- Mrs. Hunt- Being brave means you would be able to jump off a diving board into the water.

Olivia Jackson 1st Grade Ms.Marshall- Being brave means standing up for yourself.

Layton Storrer  2nd Grade Mrs. James- Being brave means standing up for others

Ian Anderson Mrs. Bird 2nd grade- Being brave means that we can wear masks and we can stand up to bullies and we can be quiet in the halls

Jonah Hawley 2nd Grade Mrs. McCallister- Being brave means not being scared to do something you used to be scared of

Noah Woods 3th grade Mrs. Wright- Do something even if you don’t want to do it.

April Palmer 3rd grade Miss Dunn- Standing up to someone who is being mean

Halle Nate 4th Grade Miss Webster - Be kind to others & be friends with those that don’t have friends

Nathaly Bolanos 4th Grade Mrs. Cox- Standing up to others

Vana Stutz 4th Grade Mrs. Webb- Stand up for others and help others understand they can be themselves

Wesley James 5th grade Mrs. Jones- Don’t give up and keep going even when it gets hard

Stewart Collett 5th grade Mrs. Snow- Being hopeful

Rilen Brindley 6th grade Ms. Boyer-Doing what is right instead of doing what is easy

Trase Cloud 6th Grade Mrs. Dabaltzo- Standing up for yourself and standing up for everyone

Wesley James 5th grade Mrs. Jones- Don’t give up and keep going even when it gets hard

Stewart Collett 5th grade Mrs. Snow- Being hopeful