Students develop a stronger sense of identity during the middle school years. At South View and Valley View middle schools, staff is extending that identity development to the schools themselves as part of their bullying prevention efforts.
It was a two-wheel traffic jam at Concord Elementary as they marked their third year of celebrating National Walk/Bike to School Day on Oct. 8. Wildcat Wellness, a committee of the Concord PTO, promoted the day to students and staff as a way to start the day with exercise.
At Normandale French Immersion School, social worker Sandi Stein—along with principal Chris Holden and fellow staff—is working with each grade level on developing a positive approach to taking responsibility for one’s actions.