Well, it is that open house time of the year for our many schools and I hope this year you will stop by the Asset booths, or perhaps introduce yourself to our great many Asset Champions at each school.
These folks are volunteers, paid in randomly delivered baked goods, who just know how important that assets framework is, in the lives of our youth.
The 2014 Teacher of the Year, Sean McComb reminds us that involved parents are key in helping students succeed.
One of the most enlightening items from Beth Mattey, a 27-year career school nurse is, “sadness is one of the most common illnesses seen in schools today. There is so much we sweep aside that needs to not just come to the center of attention, but actually be talked about with our kids.
The Parade and American Profile supplements respectfully remind us of two of the most important things in helping our youth.
It doesn’t cost a thing for each of us to intentionally build assets and the number of things done daily, without herald would astound you.
Our bevy of builders this year includes some familiar faces and some new additions to the pool.