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The 411: Youth


‘Passport for Learning’


‘Passport for Learning’
Winners of the Oct. 28 Stockdale High School “Passport for Learning” event


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November 6, 2013
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By Sonya Pruski



Stockdale High School proudly hosted “Passport for Learning” Oct. 28. This event, held twice a year, lets parents and children share the experience of walking from class to class. At each class setting, they have their passport stamped and sit through a short five-minute presentation given by the teacher to explain what takes place in their class and what the class expectations are for their child to be successful in the learning environment.

After the parent and child follow the daily schedule, the parent is able to understand what the day of their son or daughter looks like. The parent experiences the rush to class having to deal with three- to four-minute passing periods. It is a fun learning experience for all involved.

After following the daily schedule, everyone met back in the high school cafeteria. Upon entering the cafeteria everyone placed their completed passports into the prize barrel. High School Principal Sandra Lynn greeted all in the cafeteria.

Winners included Austin Fouch, Manali Bhakta, Megan Marrou, Jessica Puente, Austin McLaughlin, Conner McLaughlin, Alyssa Alsobrook, Rowdy McLaughlin, Nicholas Scriven, Victoria Padilla, Phillip Kowalchik, Felix Medina, Kristen Moore, Taylor Baumann, Kyler McBlane, Kyler Bass, and Arianna Jaramillo.

Stockdale High School is so excited to report the night was a success! We had a wonderful crowd of parents.

We will have another Passport of Learning in the spring semester and we hope to see everyone there! We feel the night sets the attitude of what it takes to be successful. We want to promote an environment that builds a network between all parties to build success -- a network of parents, teachers, and students working for the same mission of success for all. Thanks so much to all that came and made the night a success.

Sonya Pruski is the Stockdale High School counselor.
 

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