Learner Profile Activities for Parents
An Open-Minded student knows that all people are different. They listen to the points of view of others and consider many possibilities before making a decision. They celebrate the differences that make all people unique. How can parents help to develop this Open-Minded trait at home?
Citizenship is alive and well and living at McKinley Elementary. Over the next few weeks, our Global Kids will be focusing on the IB Learner Attributes of Knowledgeable, Caring and Open-Minded. Teachers will be recognizing students who demonstrate these attributes with Positive Referral Shout-Outs. In January, we will hold our next IB assembly to recognize the students who exemplify the attributes connected to citizenship. We will also kick off "Responsibility" and the attributes of Thinker, Inquirer and Communicator.
Principled and Reflective Students Recognized
Congratulations to the following students who were recognized at our IB assembly on Monday, October 12th.
Principled: Sophia Barr, Vince Catri, Tyson Beseda, Joey Goetz, Kensley Basiger, Irelyn Swan, Caden Phinick, Isaac Maldonado, Fiona Johnston, Natalie Goetz, Annalea Schilling, Madison McFadden, Lillian Washner, Joe Whitaker, Ali Avant, Raymond Crittle, Sean Murphy, Kara McFadden, Madison Goetz, Judy Maher, and Pedro Arredondo
Reflective: Jake Tenney, Joseph Humphreys, Victoia Lopez-Soto, Jonathon Arredondo, Colin Archer, Carter Pike, Anthony File, Aria Pitrone, Isis Quarterman, Caleb Shaw, Caitlin McBride, Andrea McKinney, Makayla Howard, Isaac Martinez, Kaylin Hess, Aiden Church, Vinny Phelps, Colin Penhollow, Shylo Spiesman, and Shana Kocevar
We are so proud of our McKinley Global Kids!
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