Sixth grade teacher Batrice Haigh helps Brandon Pjifer label his notebook dividers. Students at Whittemore Park Middle School in Conway spend their Friday mornings with teachers they may not normally have during what the school calls "I Can R.O.A.R.(Respect, Organization, Achievement and Responsibility)." The 40-minute sessions foster one-on-one interaction, organization and accountability by focusing on students' needs in small groups. The educators leading the groups will track how each student is doing throughout the year and from class to class, through a universal organization system.
Sixth grade teacher Batrice Haigh helps Brandon Pjifer label his notebook dividers. Students at Whittemore Park Middle School in Conway spend their Friday mornings with teachers they may not normally have during what the school calls "I Can R.O.A.R.(Respect, Organization, Achievement and Responsibility)." The 40-minute sessions foster one-on-one interaction, organization and accountability by focusing on students' needs in small groups. The educators leading the groups will track how each student is doing throughout the year and from class to class, through a universal organization system. Matt Silfer For The Sun News
Sixth grade teacher Batrice Haigh helps Brandon Pjifer label his notebook dividers. Students at Whittemore Park Middle School in Conway spend their Friday mornings with teachers they may not normally have during what the school calls "I Can R.O.A.R.(Respect, Organization, Achievement and Responsibility)." The 40-minute sessions foster one-on-one interaction, organization and accountability by focusing on students' needs in small groups. The educators leading the groups will track how each student is doing throughout the year and from class to class, through a universal organization system. Matt Silfer For The Sun News

Conway students learning organization, career skills in class

August 31, 2015 11:32 AM

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