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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Corley Elementary School

Be Who You A.R.R.G.H.

School of Distinction AwardBoaz City Schools

Principal, Ms. Allison Haygood

Superintendent, Dr. Todd Haynie

The Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. program at Corley Elementary School was created by teachers to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of Corley’s little pirates by providing one-on-one mentoring. The program focused on the importance of being Attentive, Responsible, Respectful, Generous, and Honest (A.R.R.G.H.). Corley engaged the community with mentors that included the superintendent, central office staff, community members, parents, and faculty. Mentors began the year reading the book, Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. written and illustrated by a Corley media class. The book explained the importance of exhibiting the program’s traits by sharing the journey of a young pirate. Mentors met with their young pirates multiple times throughout the year. Mental health was addressed in the program through school-based play therapy, small group guidance, and a partnership with Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare. Corley administration and faculty regularly reviewed academic performance and growth of each student and crew members earned points for their crew scoring well on math and reading assessments. This assessment data led academic goal setting discussions for each student and created an individual pathway for success. By opening the school’s doors to parents and community, Corley witnessed a decrease in discipline and improved academic achievement and attendance.

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Corley Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Be Who You A.R.R.G.H.

School of Distinction AwardBoaz City Schools

Principal, Ms. Allison Haygood

Superintendent, Dr. Todd Haynie

The Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. program at Corley Elementary School was created by teachers to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of Corley’s little pirates by providing one-on-one mentoring. The program focused on the importance of being Attentive, Responsible, Respectful, Generous, and Honest (A.R.R.G.H.). Corley engaged the community with mentors that included the superintendent, central office staff, community members, parents, and faculty. Mentors began the year reading the book, Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. written and illustrated by a Corley media class. The book explained the importance of exhibiting the program’s traits by sharing the journey of a young pirate. Mentors met with their young pirates multiple times throughout the year. Mental health was addressed in the program through school-based play therapy, small group guidance, and a partnership with Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare. Corley administration and faculty regularly reviewed academic performance and growth of each student and crew members earned points for their crew scoring well on math and reading assessments. This assessment data led academic goal setting discussions for each student and created an individual pathway for success. By opening the school’s doors to parents and community, Corley witnessed a decrease in discipline and improved academic achievement and attendance.

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Corley Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Be Who You A.R.R.G.H.

School of Distinction AwardBoaz City Schools

Principal, Ms. Allison Haygood

Superintendent, Dr. Todd Haynie

The Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. program at Corley Elementary School was created by teachers to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of Corley’s little pirates by providing one-on-one mentoring. The program focused on the importance of being Attentive, Responsible, Respectful, Generous, and Honest (A.R.R.G.H.). Corley engaged the community with mentors that included the superintendent, central office staff, community members, parents, and faculty. Mentors began the year reading the book, Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. written and illustrated by a Corley media class. The book explained the importance of exhibiting the program’s traits by sharing the journey of a young pirate. Mentors met with their young pirates multiple times throughout the year. Mental health was addressed in the program through school-based play therapy, small group guidance, and a partnership with Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare. Corley administration and faculty regularly reviewed academic performance and growth of each student and crew members earned points for their crew scoring well on math and reading assessments. This assessment data led academic goal setting discussions for each student and created an individual pathway for success. By opening the school’s doors to parents and community, Corley witnessed a decrease in discipline and improved academic achievement and attendance.

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Corley Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Be Who You A.R.R.G.H.

School of Distinction AwardBoaz City Schools

Principal, Ms. Allison Haygood

Superintendent, Dr. Todd Haynie

The Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. program at Corley Elementary School was created by teachers to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of Corley’s little pirates by providing one-on-one mentoring. The program focused on the importance of being Attentive, Responsible, Respectful, Generous, and Honest (A.R.R.G.H.). Corley engaged the community with mentors that included the superintendent, central office staff, community members, parents, and faculty. Mentors began the year reading the book, Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. written and illustrated by a Corley media class. The book explained the importance of exhibiting the program’s traits by sharing the journey of a young pirate. Mentors met with their young pirates multiple times throughout the year. Mental health was addressed in the program through school-based play therapy, small group guidance, and a partnership with Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare. Corley administration and faculty regularly reviewed academic performance and growth of each student and crew members earned points for their crew scoring well on math and reading assessments. This assessment data led academic goal setting discussions for each student and created an individual pathway for success. By opening the school’s doors to parents and community, Corley witnessed a decrease in discipline and improved academic achievement and attendance.

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Corley Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Be Who You A.R.R.G.H.

School of Distinction AwardBoaz City Schools

Principal, Ms. Allison Haygood

Superintendent, Dr. Todd Haynie

The Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. program at Corley Elementary School was created by teachers to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of Corley’s little pirates by providing one-on-one mentoring. The program focused on the importance of being Attentive, Responsible, Respectful, Generous, and Honest (A.R.R.G.H.). Corley engaged the community with mentors that included the superintendent, central office staff, community members, parents, and faculty. Mentors began the year reading the book, Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. written and illustrated by a Corley media class. The book explained the importance of exhibiting the program’s traits by sharing the journey of a young pirate. Mentors met with their young pirates multiple times throughout the year. Mental health was addressed in the program through school-based play therapy, small group guidance, and a partnership with Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare. Corley administration and faculty regularly reviewed academic performance and growth of each student and crew members earned points for their crew scoring well on math and reading assessments. This assessment data led academic goal setting discussions for each student and created an individual pathway for success. By opening the school’s doors to parents and community, Corley witnessed a decrease in discipline and improved academic achievement and attendance.

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Corley Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Be Who You A.R.R.G.H.

School of Distinction AwardBoaz City Schools

Principal, Ms. Allison Haygood

Superintendent, Dr. Todd Haynie

The Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. program at Corley Elementary School was created by teachers to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of Corley’s little pirates by providing one-on-one mentoring. The program focused on the importance of being Attentive, Responsible, Respectful, Generous, and Honest (A.R.R.G.H.). Corley engaged the community with mentors that included the superintendent, central office staff, community members, parents, and faculty. Mentors began the year reading the book, Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. written and illustrated by a Corley media class. The book explained the importance of exhibiting the program’s traits by sharing the journey of a young pirate. Mentors met with their young pirates multiple times throughout the year. Mental health was addressed in the program through school-based play therapy, small group guidance, and a partnership with Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare. Corley administration and faculty regularly reviewed academic performance and growth of each student and crew members earned points for their crew scoring well on math and reading assessments. This assessment data led academic goal setting discussions for each student and created an individual pathway for success. By opening the school’s doors to parents and community, Corley witnessed a decrease in discipline and improved academic achievement and attendance.

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Corley Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Be Who You A.R.R.G.H.

School of Distinction AwardBoaz City Schools

Principal, Ms. Allison Haygood

Superintendent, Dr. Todd Haynie

The Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. program at Corley Elementary School was created by teachers to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of Corley’s little pirates by providing one-on-one mentoring. The program focused on the importance of being Attentive, Responsible, Respectful, Generous, and Honest (A.R.R.G.H.). Corley engaged the community with mentors that included the superintendent, central office staff, community members, parents, and faculty. Mentors began the year reading the book, Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. written and illustrated by a Corley media class. The book explained the importance of exhibiting the program’s traits by sharing the journey of a young pirate. Mentors met with their young pirates multiple times throughout the year. Mental health was addressed in the program through school-based play therapy, small group guidance, and a partnership with Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare. Corley administration and faculty regularly reviewed academic performance and growth of each student and crew members earned points for their crew scoring well on math and reading assessments. This assessment data led academic goal setting discussions for each student and created an individual pathway for success. By opening the school’s doors to parents and community, Corley witnessed a decrease in discipline and improved academic achievement and attendance.

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Corley Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Be Who You A.R.R.G.H.

School of Distinction AwardBoaz City Schools

Principal, Ms. Allison Haygood

Superintendent, Dr. Todd Haynie

The Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. program at Corley Elementary School was created by teachers to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of Corley’s little pirates by providing one-on-one mentoring. The program focused on the importance of being Attentive, Responsible, Respectful, Generous, and Honest (A.R.R.G.H.). Corley engaged the community with mentors that included the superintendent, central office staff, community members, parents, and faculty. Mentors began the year reading the book, Be Who You A.R.R.G.H. written and illustrated by a Corley media class. The book explained the importance of exhibiting the program’s traits by sharing the journey of a young pirate. Mentors met with their young pirates multiple times throughout the year. Mental health was addressed in the program through school-based play therapy, small group guidance, and a partnership with Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare. Corley administration and faculty regularly reviewed academic performance and growth of each student and crew members earned points for their crew scoring well on math and reading assessments. This assessment data led academic goal setting discussions for each student and created an individual pathway for success. By opening the school’s doors to parents and community, Corley witnessed a decrease in discipline and improved academic achievement and attendance.

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