On March 16, Remsen Elementary students engaged in a Positivity Project (P2) ceremony for making it more than halfway through the program.
Students in grades pre-K through sixth grade gathered in the cafeteria and listened as Principal Winghart and the sixth grade presenters discussed the themes of P2. Each presenter discussed an attribute that they learned about through the program and discussed examples of how to apply the lessons to their own lives.
After each sixth grader presented, they announced the names of students in the elementary school who demonstrated the attributes discussed: teamwork, integrity, gratitude, kindness, self-control and perseverance. Each student called upon was awarded a personalized certificate by Principal Winghart and Ms. Kistowski recognizing their hard work.
P2 is a 32-week program for schools with more than 160 daily lessons that are differentiated for grades pre-K-12. The P2 program runs for a portion of the school year through daily 15-minute lessons and focuses on a common school-wide vocabulary, developed through consistency and naturally woven throughout the entire school day.
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