November-Responsibility (photo attached by Dave Tengesdal) Gauge Wold, Kaden Keller, Brooke Vachal, Dominique Scobee, Sara Iverson, Luke Layton, and Casey Kennell Duty DO: Know and do your duty • Acknowledge and meet your legal and moral obligations Accountability DO: Accept responsibility for the consequences of your choices, not only for what you do but what you don’t do • Think about consequences on yourself and others before you act • Think long-term • Do what you can do to make things better • Set a good example DON’T: Look the other way when you can make a difference • Make excuses or blame others Pursuit of Excellence DO: Your best • Persevere • Be prepared • Be diligent • Work hard • Make all you do worthy of pride Self-Control DO: Take charge of your own life • Set realistic goals • Keep a positive outlook • Be prudent and self-disciplined with your health, emotions, time and money • Be rational — act out of reason not anger, revenge or fear • Know the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do • Be self-reliant — manage your life so you are not dependent on others; pay your own way whenever you can
Mr. Schaffer elementary principal at Central Elementary school in Tioga, ND read Diary of a Wimpy Kid the entire day at recess or in the back of the classrooms. Thanks Mr. Schaffer for being part of the BOOK IT Principal Challenge and was Challenged by Miss Beck and Miss Anderson!!!!!!! Below is more information: To promote reading during National Young Readers Week, Mr. Schaffer , the principal of Central Elementary School in Tioga, ND will read all day at school—from when the first bell rings until the last bell rings for the day! The Principal Challenge is part of Pizza Hut BOOK IT! Program’s National Young Readers Week celebration that is an annual event co-founded by Pizza Hut and the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress. One lucky elementary school principal will win 101 copies for their library of the eighth book in the Wimpy Kid series, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck which releases on November 5th . Jeff Kinney, author of the Wimpy Kid books, will personally autograph one of the books for the principal who read their heart out.
Ms Anderson s 9th Grade Art class went to the Kindergarten class to work with them with some water colors
Here are the Character Students of the Month for Central (the Pillar for October was Respect): Tai Doan (Not Pictures), Monserat Medina Conseco, JT Layton, Joel Holmen, Bethany Schmidt, Nic Kroner, and Jack Zakrajsek Respect Golden Rule DO: Treat others the way you want to be treated • Respect the dignity, privacy and freedom of all individuals • Value and honor all people, no matter what they can do for you or to you • Respect others’property — take good care of property you are allowed to use and don’t take or use property without permission • Respect the autonomy of others — tell them what they should know to make good choices about their own lives DON’T: Use or manipulate others • Abuse, demean, or mistreat anyone Tolerance and Acceptance DO: Judge others on their character, abilities, and conduct without regard to race, religion, gender, where they live, how they dress, or the amount of money they have • Be tolerant, respectful, and accepting of those who are different from you • Listen to others and try to understand their points ofview Nonviolence DO: Resolve disagreements, respond to insults, and deal with anger peacefully and without violence DON’T: Use threats or physical force to get what you want or to express anger Courtesy DO: Use good manners • Be courteous, polite and civil to everyone DON’T: Use put-downs, insults, yelling, or ridicule to embarrass or hurt another
Staff members from Tioga Medical Center visited the Kindergarten class
The Kindergarten visited Story Corner at the Library
The Sixth Graders visited the Nursing Home
Some Tioga Volunteer Fire Fighters came and talked to the Kindergarten class for Fire Prevention Week
Amanda Kingston and Tristan Crow-Realing were crown bearers for the Homecoming Corination, they are pictured with this year Homecoming court.
Thursday s homecoming theme is pirate day
Central is taking part in Homecoming with Favorite Jersey and hat and Shades Day
Several Central Elementary Classes attend an Ag in the Classroom presentation at the Farm Festival Building put on by the Tioga FFA. The Ag in the Classroom was part of the Farm Festival weekend.