Degrees and Certifications:
Welcome to Pittman Elementary Leadership Academy’s website. I am honored to be given the opportunity to serve as the new leader of this great school. The staff and I have worked tirelessly this summer to plan and prepare for a successful 2019-2020 school year. Our website is designed to keep you updated with important information related to our school’s activities and events.
As a “Leadership Academy” we are committed to implementing a “character development” initiative to build the character skills of our students. Our theme is “Acts of Kindness have a positive Impact on the LEADER that I Strive to Be!” It is our mission to ensure that our students exhibit character that will open limitless windows of opportunity for them. We solicit your continued support in order to make this possible. Our website will provide updated information about our monthly character skill so that you may also support this initiative at home.
In addition, please read all information sent home to you during the school year as it is pertinent to keeping you informed, as well as to your child’s success at Pittman Elementary Leadership Academy. If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at (252) 445-5268. I may also be contacted via email at email@example.com.
Happy belated birthday to:
Ka'Niyah Bulluck-2nd Grade March 24
Happy Birthday to:
March 25 Chassidy Daniels- 5th Grade
March 26 Alijah Richardson-1st Grade
March 27 Xylia Sutton-Battle-3rd Grade
March 31 Gino Nicholson-Pre-Kindergarten
Please check out this contest for grades 4-5:
Character Trait of the Month-Empathy
Empathy has two parts. It is about sharing an emotion with someone and being able to understand other’s view of how they look at a situation.
Sharing an emotion
Empathy is about sharing an emotion with someone, or feeling the way they feel, even if you aren’t in the same situation. When you feel an emotion along with someone, even if you aren’t directly affected by whatever is causing their situation, that’s empathy.
Understanding other’s view
Empathy is about being able to understand someone else’s way of looking at a situation, even if you see it differently. We often call this “putting yourself in someone else’s shoes” and it means you see things from their point of view, or from their perspective. Having empathy means you can step back from the way you see a situation and think about how someone else might feel from their side of the story.
Please sign up for Class Dojo. Class Dojo is now essential for remote learning communications. We really need 100% of our parents/guardians to sign up to get up-to-date information from your student's teacher(s). Thank you in advance!
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