Creating a learning environment to foster the ideals of Respect, Responsibility and Citizenship


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STATE SCHOOL OF CHARACTER



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AHS Highlights

Throughout the month of March, students from the Alternative High School Service Learning Program, have been visiting the first grade classes at Bret Harte. The students from the Alternative high school developed a 45 minute lesson designed to teach the first graders about respect. Each lesson was introduced with a "Sesame Street" clip about respect, followed by class discussion, and a creative art project. Each first grader was asked to complete a "patch" for the Respect Quilt that depicts how they can show respect. The patches were collected and brought back to the Alternative High School. At the Alternative High School, the students and staff created their own "patch" depicting what respect means to them. All patches were assembled into one quilt. The Respect Quilt hangs in the Alternative High School hallway. A poster of the quilt was printed and given to each of the first grades at Bret Harte.
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Student of the Month

APRIL - Anthony McBean

Anthony is a well- mannered, polite, young man. He is conscientious, hard working, and a pleasure to have in class. Anthony's positive attitude and leadership skills will take him far. He is not only very respectful, but also an excellent citizen in our school community. His outstanding character shines through in all he does.

MARCH - Lily Allen

A respectful, responsible, citizen is just one way to describe Lily Allen. Lily is a caring, dependable student, who is eager to learn. She is willing to always lend a helping hand. Lily is an important part of our service learning program. She is not only an active participant, but also helps to organize projects. Lily's tenacity to follow the rules is a big part of her outstanding moral character.

February: Manny Morales

Exhibiting our core values of respect, responsibility, and citizenship, Manny is extremely mannered and humble. He is a very courteous, polite, and respectful student. He works hard and completes all that is expected of him. Manny is an excellent athlete who shows much dedication to his sport.

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HIB Grade Report

LaCoyya H. Weathington
Director of Pupil Services
District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
45 Ranoldo Terrace
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
(856) 429-5600 x4431

Mollie Crincoli
Student Assistance Counselor
AHS Anti-Bullying Specialist
(856)429-5600 x4455

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