What Students Really Want Their Schools To Be Like
2 years ago
Have you ever wondered what today’s middle and high school students really want their schools to be like on the inside?
This video, produced by middle school and high school students in Lake Havasu City, Arizona, says it all and the truth may surprise you…
We want to affirm and congratulate Mari Jo Mulligan, the principal of Thunderbolt Middle School in Lake Havasu City, Arizona for her courageous, sacrificial leadership! Mari Jo spent a year raising money through any means possible, including bake sales to get her staff and teachers trained in Capturing Kids’ Hearts™. The gratitude of her students for the culture and climate change in their school is obvious in this video that they created themselves!
Congratulations to Mari Jo, her staff, and her students!
The widespread impact of Capturing Kids’ Hearts reads like a wish list for school administrators.
If you’re committed to building an exceptional culture and climate in your school and district, then learning more about the Capturing Kids’ Hearts process is your ideal next step. This three-day immersion experience for administrators and teachers provides the skills and training necessary to establish a self-governing classroom environment. We take teachers who are frustrated and discouraged and equip them with the tools they need to turn “problem” classrooms into problem-solving havens of learning.