Middle Schoolers here at EW are truly special. They come from all over a large city to form a small inner-city community of their own. They love the building in which they work every day and enjoy seeing their teachers and classmates.
One of the most astounding attributes of our students is that they are completely inclusive of all children who come to our school.
I have seen peers go out of their way to make sure others feel included in any activity that may be going on in our building. They work together to foster ideas and incentives during the Advisory time each morning.
I'm proud to work with the students in our building and they have earned a tremendous amount of respect from our community.
Sun Chips, Vitamin Waters, and Granola are just a few of the treats that have been selected as incentives for our middle schoolers.
"I'm so hungry" is a common phrase heard around the building and in our classrooms.
As mentioned before, our middle schoolers are quite special and have created a community of Power and Respect. Because of their hard work and dedication, they are rewarded with Eagle Eyes. Eagle Eyes is used as an exchange for incentives provided in our Eagle Pantry. Snacks are the hardest incentive to keep on the shelf, so we need help filling the gaps!
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