Leadership Challenges

Video #5 - Seek First to Understand, Then To Be Understood

Hosted by Mrs. Wooden, 4/13/2020

Mrs. Wooden, Elevate's Director of Instruction, shares a leadership challenge based on Habit #5: Seek First to Understand, Then To Be Understood. As we remember that everyone is facing extra challenges these days, let's seek first to understand what others are feeling and then show thankfulness for them. Leadership Reflection sheets can be completed to let us know how this leadership challenge went for your student. These sheets are posted on your teacher’s class webpage.

 

Video #4 - Think Win-Win

Hosted by Ms. Kathy, 4/6/2020

Ms. Kathy, our School Counselor, challenges students to lead a Family Circle Time as they connect to Habit #4, Think Win-Win. Leadership Reflection sheets can be completed to let us know how this leadership challenge went for your student. These sheets are posted on your teacher’s class webpage.

 

Video #3 - Kindness through Creativity

Hosted by Ms. Ochi, 3/31/2020
 
This week, Ms. Ochi - Dean of Students at the Tierrasanta Campus - offers you a special leadership opportunity to share kindness with your community - it's a fun mix of creativity and kindness. We'd love to see photos of your completed projects - just snap a pic and email them to info@elevateschool.com. We can't wait to see how you spread kindness to your community.

 

Video #2 - Lightening the Load

Hosted by Mr. K, 3/25/2020

This week's leadership opportunity is centered around Lightening the Load of those in our household. Students should be on the hunt for tasks and chores that they can take over to help things run smoothly around the house. We’d also encourage students to begin to think of leadership opportunities that they feel other Elevate students can take on in the coming weeks.
 

Video #1 - Showing Kindness

Hosted by Mr. Elliott, 3/18/2020

Mr. Elliott encourages students to show kindness by connecting with 5 older people in their lives. Students, work with a parent to make a list of grandparents, aunts, uncles, neighbors, etc. who would be encouraged by a call, digital chat, or email. Then be ready to share about your experience. Leadership Reflection sheets will be posted on your teacher’s class webpage - feel free to complete one sharing about your leadership endeavors.