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The Reluctant Dragon Comes to Indian Trail!
People came from the Art Center for schools. They did a play for the second through fourth graders. It was called the Reluctant Dragon. They talked about Synergizing (Habit 6) throughout the play. The students had to imagine they were in the town of England long ago! Here are things they told us to work on:
1.Treat others the way you want to be treated.
2.Don’t judge people before you meet them.
3.Think before you act.
The story was about a boy named Jack meeting a dragon! The people in the town wanted the dragon to go away. They called the dragon slayer, but for some reason he made friends with the dragon, too. So instead they had a pretend fight! All the people learned the lesson of treating others the way you want to be treated and synergize! So we hope you will learn this lesson too.
Written by: Ella Brown and Natalie Lunsford
Ms. Rochefort’s 4th Grade
Safety Lessons with Officer Louie
Officer Louie, a deputy sheriff from the Union County Police Department, visited Indian Trail Elementary School to talk to each grade level about safety tips that are important to them. This program is a part of Mrs. Gulickson’s Leadership class. Officer Louie discussed the importance of following these simple safety rules:
#1 Never play with matches or lighters.
#2 Always wear your bike helmet.
#3 Always buckle your seatbelt.
#4 Always use the “Buddy System”.
#5 Never accept rides or gifts from strangers.
#6 Say No to alcohol and other drugs.
The students learned many life-long safety rules that they should follow to keep safe in their lives. Thank you to Officer Louie for giving them these great tips.Full Story