They realize how lucky we are to be born here. Classrooms have pictures of the current president; the Founding Fathers; the Declaration of Independence; and, in upper grades, the Preamble of the Constitution.
It is a great honor. The school year begins with teaching the National Anthem and the Pledge of Allegiance. Gratitude is the beginning of wisdom.
Grandpa Joe served in Vietnam. How important it is to serve your country. Each morning, we play the national anthem over the P. It is equally important to know and celebrate the everyday heroes on our side. Kids and their families volunteer to buy wreaths and go to the National Memorial Cemetery.
Kids love it; they are very excited. The classroom environment reinforces these lessons every day. Benchmark is a public school. About families do it each year. Each grade learns the meaning of each stanza, what pledging means.
A couple of students from kindergarten, then rotating up the grades through the year, go to the office and lead the Pledge over the P.
It is important to know our opponents and do everything in our power to stop what they are doing to the next generation. Kindergarteners tape out on the carpet the size of the ship the Pilgrims traveled on.
This is now a yearly tradition. On Veterans Day we invite a veteran to each classroom.
Carole explained how Benchmark does it in ten easy steps. They explain why they served in the military. As Carole Challoner teaches her students, we have many people to thank for their hard work and sacrifices.
The kids buy Christmas presents and food for the military kids and their family.
Benchmark achieves academic excellence.The 10th annual Minnesota Charter Public Schools Essay Contest event was held on the South Steps of the MN State Capitol on Wednesday May 7th, Horizon Charter Schools’ Guidance Department Holds Video/Essay Contest.
February is Career Awareness Month.
To get students thinking about their future, Horizon’s Guidance Department is holding a video/essay contest for all HCS students. The Sgt. Lawrence Everhart Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, recently conducted its Middle School Essay Contest. All students have heroes.
In this year’s Michigan Charter Schools Essay Contest, we’re asking middle school and high school students to tell us who their heroes are and why.
Is it an inspirational teacher? A. How One Arizona Charter School Teaches Patriotism in Ten Easy Steps. They compete in history essay contests held by the Daughters of the American Revolution, Constituting America, the VFW, and. To celebrate National School Choice Week and how Michigan’s charter schools are getting kids ready for the future the National Charter Schools Institute and the Michigan Association of Public School Academies are proud to sponsor the Charter Schools Essay Contest.Download