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WES first graders do the synergizing shuffle

May 6, 2014

WES First graders do the synergizing shuffle

via The Southeast Sun

Each month, a different grade level at Windham Elementary School teaches the entire school one of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People in a performance at the Daleville City School’s gym.

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School program encourages admirable qualities

May 1, 2014

via The Daily Advertiser

All too often we get caught up in negative things like the antics of our school board and superintendent, educational standards, charter schools, school vouchers, and the list goes on. It is truly refreshing to hear about some of the good things happening in schools.

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Seeing The Leader in Me from the eyes of the parents

Apr 29, 2014

via BG Daily News

At the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce, we are more than proud of The Leader In Me and the leadership qualities it is instilling in our children. On a regular basis, we hear success stories from educators, parents and the children themselves.

Today, we wanted to share a couple of those stories from parents who have seen firsthand the impact of The Leader In Me in their child’s school. Together we are making a difference!

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Covey based 'Leader in Me' program at Mitchell-Neilsen this fall!

Apr 25, 2014

via WGNS Radio

Mitchell-Neilson School will introduce the Leader in Me program in the 2014-15 school year and invites the public to attend an overview of The Leader in Me transformational leadership process.  The session will be held Wednesday, May 14, 4-6 p.m. in the Mitchell-Neilson Elementary Gymnasium.

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Washington Elementary School's program promotes culture of leadership

Apr 19, 2014

Washington Elementary School's program promotes culture of leadership

via Canon City Daily Record

Students at Washington Elementary School are learning to discover the leaders within themselves. The school's "Leader in Me" program promotes a culture of leadership, and through Stephen Covey's book, "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families," school staff, students and families learn to use those habits to make a difference in their homes, in their school and in the world.

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Ten teachers in Black Hawk Co. receive Gold Star Awards

Apr 17, 2014

Ten teachers in Black Hawk Co. receive Gold Star Awards

via KWWL.com

Fifth-grade teacher Vera Magee received her award Thursday afternoon. Magee has worked at Orange Elementary for 10 years, and said she was overwhelmed and honored by the surprise.

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Leadership changes at Lincoln

Apr 17, 2014

Leadership changes at Lincoln

via The Pryor Times

PRYOR, OK — Lincoln Elementary School's 600 students will say farewell to Principal Terry Sinor at the end of this school year.

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Green elementary supports Pennies for Patients charity

Apr 16, 2014

Green Elementary supports Pennies for Patients charity

via Logan Daily News

LOGAN — Green Elementary continues to apply the 7 Habits from the Leader in Me program by supporting the Pennies for Patients charity.

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Little Leaders: Campus recognized as Lighthouse School for leadership program

Apr 15, 2014

via Tyler Morning Telegraph

With a new title to its name, Dr. Bryan C. Jack Elementary School has accomplished a lot. But school Principal Shauna Hittle doesn’t plan to sit back and relax anytime soon.

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‘Rollie Robbin’ provides teachable entertainment at Valley View

Apr 15, 2014

Rollie Robbin provides teachable entertainment at Valley View

via Foster's Daily Democrat

FARMINGTON — The UNH Department of Theater and Dance Artsreach recently provided a high energy performance of “The Tales of Rollie Robbin” for students from grade 1 to 3 at Valley View Community School in Farmington.

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Students turn mobile food pantry into classroom

Apr 14, 2014

Students turn mobile food pantry into classroom

via Lake News Online

Hundreds of families received food from the Lighthouse Mission Mobile Food Pantry on Friday. Almost 70 volunteers made the April food pantry a success including a group of students from Osage Beach Elementary.

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Preschool receives certification based on seven habits of highly effective people

Apr 11, 2014

Preschool receives certification based on seven habits of highly effective people

via Richmond Times-Dispatch

Rainbow Station’s Three Chopt school has received a global leadership development organization’s top recognition.

It’s the first preschool and school-age recreation program in the world to achieve the Lighthouse Status certification from the FranklinCovey organization’s Leader In Me program.

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National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation Honors Winners of The Restaurant Neighbor and Faces of Diversity Awards

Apr 7, 2014

National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation Honors Winners of The Restaurant Neighbor and Faces of Diversity Awards

via RestaurantNews.com

Washington, DC--The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) announced today its 2014 Restaurant Neighbor and Faces of Diversity American Dream award winners, who will be recognized at a gala on April 29, 2014 during the National Restaurant Association’s Public Affairs Conference in Washington, D.C.

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Hazelwood teachers visit Elsberry

Apr 6, 2014

Hazelwood teachers visit Elsberry

via The Elsberry Deomcrat

On March 25 four teachers from Garrett School in the Hazelwood School District visited Clarence Cannon Elementary School to see the “Leader In Me”  and “7 Habits” programs in action.

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Students share the 'leader in me'

Apr 4, 2014

via Lake News Online

As Camdenton Rotary members walked into their monthly meeting at Golden Rock Winery on Wednesday, they were greeted by elementary-aged students.

A total of 13 students from Osage Beach Elementary and Hurricane Beach Elementary spoke to the members about what they are learning through the ‘Leader in Me’ program that has been implemented in their schools.

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Leadership development at Nolley instilling habits for success

Mar 27, 2014

Leadership development at Nolley instilling habits for success

via Akron.com

NEW FRANKLIN — Teachers at Nolley Elementary School are hearing the words “synergize” and “proactive” spoken in the hallways.

The school started The Leader in Me program this school year, and staff, students and parents are pleased with the results, said Nolley Principal Christi Pappas.

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Leadership forum explores habits of successful people

Mar 5, 2014

via Bowling Green Daily News

Educators from across the South and Kentucky listened Tuesday to a FranklinCovey consultant explain just how the “7 Habits of Highly Effective People” works.

The “7 Habits” is the cornerstone philosophy of The Leader in Me educational program presented in several local school districts.

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The Leader in Me model spans the region

Jan 28, 2014

via Bowling Green Daily News

We couldn’t be more proud of the work of our students, teachers, administrators and business community have put forth to make The Leader In Me a model for education across the country. With our eye ever on the future, Bowling Green and Warren County have made a commitment to creating a talented and capable workforce by growing leadership skills from the earliest possible moment. We have been fortunate to have a business community that has the resources and foresight to fund this pilot initiative. The mission, however, has always been to see The Leader In Me expanded to schools all across the state.

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Covey's '7 habits' geared for teams at Fox Chapel Middle School

Oct 13, 2013

Coveys 7 habits geared for teens at Fox Chapel Middle School

via Tampa Bay Times

Fox Chapel Middle School student leaders are growing in numbers. They can be identified by name tags or when they wear their black T-shirts that say "I am a Leader at Fox Chapel Middle School."

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Schools are mecca for region with program

Sep 24, 2013

via BG Daily News

Who knew that by implementing The Leader in Me, Warren County and Bowling Green would become the “go-to” Leader in Me capital of the commonwealth and the Southeast?

As many of our schools continue training and implementation on the path to Lighthouse Status, a certification level when The Leader in Me operations are considered self-sustaining and permanent, they have become the center of statewide and national attention.

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