Spartan Way Program

  • Spartan Way Program

    On June 8, the first graders at Neil Armstrong presented a program for family & friends based on the values of The Spartan Way.  Our class focused on Responsibility.  Each child wrote what responsibility meant to him or her and then we used these ideas to write a class poem that you can hear in our video clips. 

    The program video clips of our class are in the Related Files links listed below our poem.  The children did a great job!

    Spartan Stars Are Responsible, by the First Graders in Mrs. Mulgrew's Class, June 2012

    You should stay in your seat and do whatever the driver will say.

    Every morning walk into school and class the right way.

    Be responsible and start with a smile every day.

    During the pledge of Allegiance put your hand on your heart.

    When the announcers are talking stop and listen, be smart!

    Responsibility means think, don’t always talk to your neighbor.

    When you are working do your best on every paper.

    Responsibility means you should be nice, helpful and kind.

    You should listen and give your teacher some peace of mind.

    When the teacher’s at the reading table you should get your work done.

    Even when the teacher’s not looking, do your work and be number one.

    Pay attention when it is time to do Daily 5

    Or even if it’s time to do deskercise.

    In the cafeteria drink your milk and eat your lunch.

    Talk to your friends quietly while you crunch and munch.

    Responsibility means you should listen when coach is talking you know.

    In assembly always listen to the people putting on the show.

    You are responsible when you return your library books on time.

    And when you’re responsible you’ll feel just fine.

    Responsibility is doing your homework every night.

    You should always be a Spartan and do what is right!

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