This is Ms. Berry's Homeroom Class. Here is what they have been doing, "We've been talking about how to make a positive impact in our community. We've been sprinkling kindness throughout the school by writing positive messages on sticky notes and sneaking into classrooms after school and putting them on lockers. It's been received positively and some homerooms have continued to pass the kindness forward. We talked about our campus and our community and kids said that they'd noticed how messy things were. I asked if they'd be willing to help, or if they would be grossed out. They said they'd love to help. So I bought gloves and brought bags and instead of English class we went out during 4th period and picked up all of that garbage."
In an effort to maintain a positive, productive learning environment for all students throughout the school year, Carnegie will be implementing a merit system. Because participation in school sponsored extracurricular activities is a privilege, students must put forth their best effort, on a daily basis, to adhere to Carnegie’s Core Expectation of OWN IT.
Tips and ideas on how to support students have trouble with math, as well as learning what resources and supports are available to families will be shared.
The event will take place Jan. 14 at Louis Pasteur Middle School.
We need your help finding remarkable people who embody what it is to have the 'Spirit of San Juan!'
San Juan Unified teachers, administrators, parents and students are encouraged to sign up for California State University, Sacramento’s 2016 College of Education Multicultural Education Conference, to be held Saturday, Feb. 27.