MTES celebrates ‘Start with Hello’ week


Miami Trace Elementary School celebrated Start with Hello Week recently. These fifth graders are pictured with a presenter from Sandy Hook Promise. Each fifth grade class got to participate in a classroom presentation from Tyrrea Byrd. She was wonderful and the kids loved her.


On Monday, the kids and staff wore name tags to help practice saying hello, and reaching out to meet people that are not known.


On Wednesday the school had a team day, and the focus was how to include everyone. Kids got to wear their favorite team clothes to show support. They also had lots of fifth graders who wanted to help teach the younger kids some ice breakers and ways to interact with kids they don’t know. Pictured are three fifth graders (Allie Stoughton, Jaelyn Carr, and Katy Reed) working with a Miss McFarland’s first grade class.


Thursday was Emoji day and we focused on paying attention to others’ feelings. Pictured is Mrs. Trent’s Class who made emoji face crafts.


The kids also all signed papers that were then used to make a “wall” of pledges that promise to reach out to others.


Miami Trace Elementary School celebrated Start with Hello Week recently. These fifth graders are pictured with a presenter from Sandy Hook Promise. Each fifth grade class got to participate in a classroom presentation from Tyrrea Byrd. She was wonderful and the kids loved her.

On Monday, the kids and staff wore name tags to help practice saying hello, and reaching out to meet people that are not known.

On Wednesday the school had a team day, and the focus was how to include everyone. Kids got to wear their favorite team clothes to show support. They also had lots of fifth graders who wanted to help teach the younger kids some ice breakers and ways to interact with kids they don’t know. Pictured are three fifth graders (Allie Stoughton, Jaelyn Carr, and Katy Reed) working with a Miss McFarland’s first grade class.

Thursday was Emoji day and we focused on paying attention to others’ feelings. Pictured is Mrs. Trent’s Class who made emoji face crafts.

The kids also all signed papers that were then used to make a “wall” of pledges that promise to reach out to others.

Miami Trace Elementary School celebrated Start with Hello Week recently. These fifth graders are pictured with a presenter from Sandy Hook Promise. Each fifth grade class got to participate in a classroom presentation from Tyrrea Byrd. She was wonderful and the kids loved her.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_IMG_3263.jpgMiami Trace Elementary School celebrated Start with Hello Week recently. These fifth graders are pictured with a presenter from Sandy Hook Promise. Each fifth grade class got to participate in a classroom presentation from Tyrrea Byrd. She was wonderful and the kids loved her.

On Monday, the kids and staff wore name tags to help practice saying hello, and reaching out to meet people that are not known.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_IMG_3319.jpgOn Monday, the kids and staff wore name tags to help practice saying hello, and reaching out to meet people that are not known.

On Wednesday the school had a team day, and the focus was how to include everyone. Kids got to wear their favorite team clothes to show support. They also had lots of fifth graders who wanted to help teach the younger kids some ice breakers and ways to interact with kids they don’t know. Pictured are three fifth graders (Allie Stoughton, Jaelyn Carr, and Katy Reed) working with a Miss McFarland’s first grade class.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_IMG_3426.jpgOn Wednesday the school had a team day, and the focus was how to include everyone. Kids got to wear their favorite team clothes to show support. They also had lots of fifth graders who wanted to help teach the younger kids some ice breakers and ways to interact with kids they don’t know. Pictured are three fifth graders (Allie Stoughton, Jaelyn Carr, and Katy Reed) working with a Miss McFarland’s first grade class.

Thursday was Emoji day and we focused on paying attention to others’ feelings. Pictured is Mrs. Trent’s Class who made emoji face crafts.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_IMG_3492.jpgThursday was Emoji day and we focused on paying attention to others’ feelings. Pictured is Mrs. Trent’s Class who made emoji face crafts.

The kids also all signed papers that were then used to make a “wall” of pledges that promise to reach out to others.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_IMG_3430.jpgThe kids also all signed papers that were then used to make a “wall” of pledges that promise to reach out to others.
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