Standing Up for What’s Right
Making responsible choices outside the classroom is just as important as what happens inside the classroom. WWA Middle School students participate in many programs designed to develop good life choices, including:
- Olweus Bully Prevention Middle School Program. Stressing the importance of respect and responsibility, this program includes weekly small group meetings where students can work together to find solutions to social and emotional challenges common in middle school.
- Be the Change Program and Challenge Day. Nationally acclaimed for its innovative approach, these programs focus on giving students the tools they need to embrace diversity and handle difficult situations in their everyday lives.
- Wildcats Affirming Character (WAC). This teacher and peer driven program provides incentives to students who show responsibility in both academic and social situations within the school setting.
- WWA’s Character Education Program. Continuing from WWA’s lower grades, this program focuses on a different core life virtue each month, such as respect and responsibility, courage, perseverance, and stewardship. These themes permeate the daily curriculum, giving students opportunities to apply these virtues in their peer groups. Regular assemblies recognize students who actively demonstrate each month’s core virtue.
Respect and responsibility – just a few of the virtues that help WWA Middle School students excel. Please call 303-431-3694 to learn more or to schedule a tour.