The Leader In Me


Not only do students take initiative in their classrooms and propose ways that they can help in class but they become excited about becoming more active on a school-wide level as leaders. 

When Leadership Role Applications became available, our SPNN class made a video advertising that the applications were available. 

The members of our St. Pius News Network became celebrities but our students began looking at them as school leaders. 


Hearing our students' thoughts and opinions is important to us.  We feel it is very important for our students to learn how to appropriately ask questions, address issues and make proposals. 

Establishing a structure by which our students could express themselves helped teach students how to communicate effectively with adults.  This video, made by the students in the Video Production class, explains how we will begin gathering student voice!


At the start of each school year administrators, faculty, staff and students write personal mission statements.  During the first week of school, each class develops a Class Mission Statement that they strive to live out each day at SPES!




We always look to our eighth graders as our school leaders. 

Last year, our Eighth Grade Students Shared Stories With Our First Grade Students Showing Habit 4:  Think Win-Win


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Our first Synergy Assembly introduced the students to each of the 7 Habits of Highly Successful People

Our MC's
Habit 1
Habit 2
Habit 3
Habit 4
Habit 5
Habit 6
Habit 7
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