Berg Elementary to ‘stampede’ into success this year
Be safe. Be respectful. Be responsible. Be caring. At Berg Elementary, this is known as the Cardinal Code, and at Thursday’s back-to-school assembly, the staff wanted to make sure it was instilled in both new and returning students.
The assembly also was used to debut this years learning theme, “Stampede to Success.” Teachers and staff dressed up in western garb — cowboy hats, stick horses, bandanas — over their black stampede T-shirts and presented a skit focused on the “Four Be’s.” Stampede to Success was the most voted on theme among teachers.
Another focus was the new school-wide volume monitoring measure. Every classroom will have a sheet that showcases the volume range from zero to five, with five being the loudest. Superintendent Bob Callaghan was present and showcased an example of this measure before he read “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” by Dr. Seuss to the student body.
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