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Mission Monday

 

October 16, 2017

Welcome to Mission Monday, a series of posts highlighting the ways North Salem students embrace the district mission of engaging in continual improvement, including questioning, defining and solving problems through critical and creative thinking. To learn more about the North Salem Mission, please click here.

Students in Mrs. Jessica Farney’s first-grade class recently reflected on their actions to demonstrate the Habit of Mind “Striving for Accuracy.”

This exercise involved using a variety of creative-thinking strategies to come up with ideas and display good citizenship as students practiced making intentional choices to contribute to a positive classroom environment.

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October 9, 2017


Welcome to Mission Monday, a series of posts highlighting the ways North Salem students embrace the district mission of engaging in continual improvement, including questioning, defining and solving problems through critical and creative thinking. To learn more about the North Salem Mission, please click here.

Welcome back to a new school year!

The weekly series Mission Monday will be continuing this year, featuring highlights from North Salem’s classrooms and beyond as students throughout the district continue to engage in continuously learning, questioning, defining and problem-solving through critical and creative thinking.

At the middle/high school, Assistant Principal Dr. Kathleen Murphy noted, “The school year is off to a great start. Students are engaged daily in critical and creative-thinking activities, as well as solving problems small and large.”

Pictured is a student working with Ozobots as part of a science lesson.

 

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