On Friday, the Mentor Room presented S (set goals and do something everyday to achieve them) in B.E.S.T. We discussed not only the importance of setting goals, but also the importance of continuing to work on them. Several of the Mentor Room students shared ways to set goals pertaining to school achievement and homework. Students will continue to discuss S in B.E.S.T. all quarter.
Becoming your BEST! That was the topic of the day for the eighth – twelfth graders. Jonathan Fritz of noexam.com came to speak on Eaton’s Character Education Day. Mr. Fritz is a graduate of Lassiter High School and Georgia Southern University and now has his own nationwide company. He was able to give the students some insight on how they too can become their BEST.
Submitted by – Ms. Sharp, High School Math Instructor
This year we held our 4th annual fall festival. Students participated in two in-school field experiences. Out-of-the-Box Art Studios worked with them on a fall clay projects, and Wildlife Wonders intrigued them with various animals. Our team Mascot, Eddie the Eagle, also enjoyed the event! See our complete Fall Festival album on our Facebook page.
-Submitted By – Mrs. Grant, K8 Program Director
During assembly on Friday, the K-8 group came together to discuss word of the week. The lower elementary class gave the audience a lesson on bully-awareness. Eaton Academy takes pride in being aware and proactive with this issue.
-Submitted by – Mrs. Grant, K8 Program Director
The first graders had lots of fun playing tag with Eddie the Eagle, Eaton’s mascot. In addition to playing tag, Eddie often joins us for special events and assemblies.
-Submitted By – Ms. Stickel, K8 Instructor