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Character Tree Traits in Action

Everyday Cole Rogers demonstrates responsibility, respect and dedication. He remembers the importance of making good choices throughout the day as well as making good use of his time when completing activities. I can always count on Cole to lead by example. Second grader Laurel Carter demonstrated compassion by assisting a new...
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Character Tree Traits in Action

Jan Dickson’e pre-Kindergarten class all showed respect and spirit as they all helped to welcome a new friend into our school family. Each child warmly greeted and included Audrey Kalorin in every activity. Hugs and smiles were shared by all. Welcome, Audrey! Third grade students Ryan Pretzer and Taylor Fagan showed...
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Character Tree Traits in Action-Parent Edition

Our Character Tree traits are something that all members of the community commit to when they join Ravenscroft.  With that said, I thought I would use this post to highlight parents that are living these traits daily and modeling them for our children.  As the adults in the community,...
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Character Tree Traits in Action

Fifth grade students Elliot Teal, Brynley Jonson, Jack Thornton, Leo Wu, Lane Russell, Katie Jean Weiler, and Nate Margraf displayed several of the Character Tree traits over the past couple of weeks. They dedicated some of their personal time reading a book recommended by several adults at Ravenscroft called Wonder. After they...
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Character Tree Traits in Action

Second Grade student Connor Aschman showed wonderful sportsmanship last week during a recess football game. He moved himself to the other side to make it more even without anyone asking him. Thank you, Connor for showing compassion and respect to your classmates. Students in grades 1-5 who participated in the Hispanic Heritage Celebration...
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Lower School Tree Talk- Dr. Harper’s Guest Blog

  During Tuesday morning’s Tree Talk, we continued our exploration of Community.  In “kids’ speak” (just in case you’d like to continue our discussion at your house!), here’s what we discussed: Communities include groups of people who learn and play together, who have different talents and interests, who work...
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