October/November Student Learning Outcome Focus: Socially Responsible Citizens
- Establish and accomplish personal goals
- Actively participate in social and cultural causes
- Advocate for important issues in their community
Cardoso, Alondra: Alondra is an awesome young lady. Really responsible and is always available to help those in need. She does not think twice to help a classmate. She likes to informs her class whenever she can.
Alvarez, Dalia: As member of the leadership program, Dahlia actively participates in organizing social causes such as the most recent Red Cross Blood Drive, etc. In class, she demonstrates concern and always willing to help her classmates.
MORALES,AMAYRANI: Amy has been awesome at translating all the information in her math class to her partner. Her partner's grade has went from a D to a C since he has been sitting next to her.
The Blood Drive Committee: The committee that led the Red Cross Blood Drive this month demonstrated that they are all socially responsible citizens! They registered donors, met with our ARC contact, then planned and implemented a successful campaign through assigning roles and responsibilities. They arrived to school early in the morning to help set up the MPR, summonsed students for their appointments, checked in donors, and distributed snacks and drinks to donors. As a result of their hard work, 61 life-saving pints of blood were collected!
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To raise awareness about the impact of bullying on students, PSCS students will pledge an hour of silence. Why silence? Bullying is a silent crime because victims usually suffer in silence. We can change this! Join our movement to end bullying!
Sanchez, Daniel: Not only is Daniel always actively engaged both as a listener and speaker in small group and class discussions, but he also efficiently communicates his ideas via writing using academic language. A critical component of communication that is sometimes overlooked is the listening part. Daniel has demonstrated to be an active listener during direct teacher-led instruction and one-on-one discussions, by being able to paraphrase his partner's ideas or my instructions using standard English.
Galvan, Jose: Jose puts in the extra effort academically and articulates accurately answers to teacher questions.
Montano, Saul: Saul has impressed me in his writing and through his ability to verbally express his ideas. His efforts during and after school have definitely helped him in class and it's evident during class during our class discussions. While using strong academic language during our AP Language discussions, Saul's use of academic language is contagious to the class and motivates the rest of the class to reach his level of academia: researching ideas, using precise language, and setting prestigious goals.
SWPBIS nominated Senior Mentors who participated in A.C.E. PSCS Senior Mentors are truly proficient communicators who led a group of 9-11th grade students on their own. They are true role models to the rest of their peers.