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Fort White, FL 32038

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CURRENT

 PROJECTS

PROJECT SCHOOL SAFETY

September 12, 2018

We’re now in the process of making “safety sleeves” for all of our schools in the Fort White community.  A safety sleeve is an 8” piece of decommissioned fire hose that was donated to us by the Fort White (Columbia County Fire Department) Fire Station #46.

In the case of a lockdown, the sleeves can be used to fit over the hinge at the top of a classroom door, preventing the hinge from expanding as an added form of protection for students and teachers.

 

So very excited about this project and extremely thankful for CCFD for investing in our community’s kids!

PROJECT THANK OUR VETERANS

June 09, 2018

We are now in the beginning stages of filming and producing a video featuring veterans living in the Fort White and surrounding areas where they will be sharing their stories of what it really means to "give it your all" to motivate and inspire our future generations.  This video will be a powerful testament to these men and women's determination, mindset and sacrifice during war time and how they dealt with the situations they faced and overcame those challenges.

Each video interview we conduct will go directly to the family of the veteran so they'll have the story for years to come.  Our final video will be posted on our website and social media pages for Veteran's Day this coming November, as a way for us to show our gratitude for their utmost sacrifice and to honor each and everyone of our military men and women who served and are currently serving.

STUDENT KINDNESS AWARD

May 30, 2018

Leading2Greater believes that our generation has a responsibility to lead and interact with kindness, acceptance and inclusion and we want to promote bullying prevention and inspire students to support one another.  We are leaders who care and will will use our voices to show that student involvement can create positive change, resulting in stronger relationships, safer schools and more supportive communities.

 

Because we have been overly blessed in our efforts, we have chosen to begin offering an annual Student Kindness Award, should the Fort White Middle School allow it, to one 7th grade student at the end of the 2018-2019 school year, to be recognized as a positive role model who consistently provides leadership skills and inspires others for greatness.  The winner will receive a $100 cash reward, metal and most importantly, will be part of a select group of students who have been recognized by Leading2Greater for their compassion and kindness.  With each year that passes, the award will be extended to additional grade levels, reaching the entire school by the end of of the 2023-2024 school year. 

FAVORITE TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD

May 30, 2018

Leading2Greater believes that there is no better way for students to show their teachers how much they appreciate and value the job they are doing in the classroom and the positive impact they have on students lives than having the ability to nominate them for this special award.  We have so many excellent teachers who are deserving of this recognition and we hope all of our students will take a few moments to nominate their favorite teacher.

 

Because we have been overly blessed in our efforts, we have chosen to begin offering an annual Favorite Teacher of the Year Award, should the Fort White Middle School allow it, to one 7th grade teacher at the end of the 2018-2019 school year to be recognized as a positive role model who consistently provides unique, productive, positive classroom experiences.  The winner will receive a $250 cash prize and a plaque commemorating their achievement.  With each year that passes, the award will be extended to additional grade levels, reaching the entire school by the end of of the 2023-2024 school year. 

PROJECT WE WILL RISE

February 15, 2018

Project We Will Rise is our way of sharing our joy for giving with not only our students, but also our community, with small RAOK's (random acts of kindness).  We will be setting up an Insta-Challenge where 10 students will be selected to receive an envelope of $3 cash and a "We Will Rise" card to bless someone they do not know in their own creative way.  If you'd like to join in on this fun challenge, CLICK HERE and we'll send you 10 FREE "We Will Rise" cards, for you to use!

PROJECT INSTAGRAM

January 09, 2018

Each school day, we'll be giving students a new "Insta-Challenge" on Instagram to complete, to be entered into a weekly drawing for a $10 iTunes or Google Play Gift card. Students can complete the challenge and do any of the following - comment on our post that it's been completed, tag us (@leading2greater) in their post, or use a hashtag (#l2ginstachallenge, #passitonFW).

PROJECT ENCOURAGMENT

February 01, 2018

Project Details coming soon.  Stay tuned as we'll be needing the Fort White community's help with this one and it's something you for sure won't want to miss!

PROJECT MINDSET

January 15, 2018

Beginning January 16th, we will be visiting all the 6th grade math classes over a 2 week period of time, for a 5 minute bell ringer challenge.  During this time, we’ll focus on self-worth, priorities, respect, compassion and mindset.  Student participation will earn them a “ticket” for a drawing that will take place in each of the 7 classes that Friday (meaning, more chances to win!).  Be sure to check back each day Starting on January 17th, for daily challenge results!

PROJECT FREE SEATING

November 13, 2017

Due to behavior issues (i.e. getting out of their seats and noise level), ALL students in a middle school lunch had lost their privilege to sit with friends, during their 30-minute lunch.  They must now sit at assigned tables.

 

While this works out nicely for the students who have friends in their class, it’s life altering for the ones that don’t.  They start to feel secluded and left out, causing their self-esteem to dwindle.

 

We got to work, mapping out solutions to transform the consequence from a punishment to a learning experience by encouraging and teaching our students the proper way to earn this privilege back.

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