Our students are actively embracing April’s character quality, thrift!
Yesterday, our Recycling Committee sponsored a seed-planting activity that engaged little-buddy/big-buddy pairs in a thrifty gardening project.
Today we learned more about what it means to be thrifty from our eighth-grade INSPO speaker, Chase.
“Thrift is a character quality that can be expressed in a visual way or it can be expressed in a way that you can’t see. Thrift is an idea that — with the right amount of work and energy — can become a big project that benefits everyone. Remember to do whatever you can from recycling a pop can to giving clothes that don’t fit you anymore to a local thrift store. Little things can make a big difference.”
What a wonderful week of celebrating thrift!
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