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Congratulations to 5th grader Emmet Odom, Character Without Question recipient from Meadow Wood!
Every year, SBISD honors students district-wide who reflect a depth of character and a caring for human beings. Students are selected for demonstrating an enduring commitment to any or all of the following character traits: honesty/integrity, responsibility/dependability, respect, perseverance/effort, courage, caring/kindness, and citizenship/civic virtue.
Emmet’s counselor, Pat Waldrop, wrote, “His music teacher said Emmet has always treated his classmates, siblings and teachers with respect and kindness. He has always been helpful and done his very best. He offers to help carry things when we are going to rehearsals or having class outside. Emmet has always done his best and tried everything even if his classmates are not doing their best. I know especially as a 5th grader that it is hard to do the right thing when your peers are not. Emmet is very involved in our school. He is in the Student Council, Student Wellness Advisory Group (SWAG), has participated in MWE choir and our district boys choir.
Ms. Waldrop also wrote that “Emmet seems wise beyond his years and is so very kind with his words and his actions. He has a sense of humor and makes others smile. He is all the things the music teacher mentioned and more! It is a privilege to recognize him as MWE's Character Without Question honoree.” Emmet was selected for his commitment to honesty and integrity, responsibility, respect and kindness.
For more information on the Character Without Question program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch our most recent Parent U for K-2nd grade families to learn from Joyce Evans, SBISD Director of Humanities K-12, and Lisa Stultz, SBISD Director of Library Services, what is happening in your child’s SBISD classroom and how you can be a part of their learning process. Find out how to access books for your young learners and follow along as we unpack the ReadSBISD Parent Guide – what it is, how to use it and how it can help you support your child’s literacy development!
Vea nuestro más reciente Parent U en español para las familias de K-2˚ grado para conocer lo que sucede en el salón de clases de su hijo y aprender estrategias para apoyar el aprendizaje en casa. Descubra cómo acceder a una variedad de libros para sus estudiantes más pequeños y navegue con nosotros la Guía de Lectoescritura para padres de ReadSBISD: qué es y cómo usarla para fortalecer el desarrollo de la lectura y escritura. Presentado por María González, Especialista de lectoescritura de SBISD, y Lorenza Garay, Bibliotecaria de SBISD.
En Español https://vimeo.com/479886158
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