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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Nora Mae Hutchens Elementary School

Leader in Me: Grades K-2nd Grade

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Katherine Gallop

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The Leader in Me Program at Hutchens Elementary School was implemented to integrate the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into academics, culture, and leadership. Each day, students were engaged in direct instruction on a Leader in Me Habit or a highly effective practice. Teachers followed a school designed Leader in Me scope and sequence which provided focus on the same habit and highly effective practice. Hutchens Elementary also engaged students through leadership roles created by each classroom. This allowed students to apply for the job that best suited his or her talents and expertise. One hundred percent of Hutchens students belonged to a club of their choice. Additionally, students were encouraged to apply for school-wide leadership roles which allowed their leadership potential to flourish. The Leader in Me program at Hutchens also engaged teachers and families in leadership practices. Teachers participated in Action Teams and facilitated clubs and fulfilled school-wide leadership roles. Families were encouraged to integrate leadership principles at home where students were given monthly activities to complete which reflected upon their leadership growth within the family. Hutchens students were engaged in meaningful experiences daily, and this all happened with preschool through second grade students!

 

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Nora Mae Hutchens Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Leader in Me: Grades K-2nd Grade

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Katherine Gallop

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The Leader in Me Program at Hutchens Elementary School was implemented to integrate the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into academics, culture, and leadership. Each day, students were engaged in direct instruction on a Leader in Me Habit or a highly effective practice. Teachers followed a school designed Leader in Me scope and sequence which provided focus on the same habit and highly effective practice. Hutchens Elementary also engaged students through leadership roles created by each classroom. This allowed students to apply for the job that best suited his or her talents and expertise. One hundred percent of Hutchens students belonged to a club of their choice. Additionally, students were encouraged to apply for school-wide leadership roles which allowed their leadership potential to flourish. The Leader in Me program at Hutchens also engaged teachers and families in leadership practices. Teachers participated in Action Teams and facilitated clubs and fulfilled school-wide leadership roles. Families were encouraged to integrate leadership principles at home where students were given monthly activities to complete which reflected upon their leadership growth within the family. Hutchens students were engaged in meaningful experiences daily, and this all happened with preschool through second grade students!

 

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Nora Mae Hutchens Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Leader in Me: Grades K-2nd Grade

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Katherine Gallop

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The Leader in Me Program at Hutchens Elementary School was implemented to integrate the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into academics, culture, and leadership. Each day, students were engaged in direct instruction on a Leader in Me Habit or a highly effective practice. Teachers followed a school designed Leader in Me scope and sequence which provided focus on the same habit and highly effective practice. Hutchens Elementary also engaged students through leadership roles created by each classroom. This allowed students to apply for the job that best suited his or her talents and expertise. One hundred percent of Hutchens students belonged to a club of their choice. Additionally, students were encouraged to apply for school-wide leadership roles which allowed their leadership potential to flourish. The Leader in Me program at Hutchens also engaged teachers and families in leadership practices. Teachers participated in Action Teams and facilitated clubs and fulfilled school-wide leadership roles. Families were encouraged to integrate leadership principles at home where students were given monthly activities to complete which reflected upon their leadership growth within the family. Hutchens students were engaged in meaningful experiences daily, and this all happened with preschool through second grade students!

 

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Nora Mae Hutchens Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Leader in Me: Grades K-2nd Grade

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Katherine Gallop

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The Leader in Me Program at Hutchens Elementary School was implemented to integrate the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into academics, culture, and leadership. Each day, students were engaged in direct instruction on a Leader in Me Habit or a highly effective practice. Teachers followed a school designed Leader in Me scope and sequence which provided focus on the same habit and highly effective practice. Hutchens Elementary also engaged students through leadership roles created by each classroom. This allowed students to apply for the job that best suited his or her talents and expertise. One hundred percent of Hutchens students belonged to a club of their choice. Additionally, students were encouraged to apply for school-wide leadership roles which allowed their leadership potential to flourish. The Leader in Me program at Hutchens also engaged teachers and families in leadership practices. Teachers participated in Action Teams and facilitated clubs and fulfilled school-wide leadership roles. Families were encouraged to integrate leadership principles at home where students were given monthly activities to complete which reflected upon their leadership growth within the family. Hutchens students were engaged in meaningful experiences daily, and this all happened with preschool through second grade students!

 

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Nora Mae Hutchens Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Leader in Me: Grades K-2nd Grade

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Katherine Gallop

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The Leader in Me Program at Hutchens Elementary School was implemented to integrate the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into academics, culture, and leadership. Each day, students were engaged in direct instruction on a Leader in Me Habit or a highly effective practice. Teachers followed a school designed Leader in Me scope and sequence which provided focus on the same habit and highly effective practice. Hutchens Elementary also engaged students through leadership roles created by each classroom. This allowed students to apply for the job that best suited his or her talents and expertise. One hundred percent of Hutchens students belonged to a club of their choice. Additionally, students were encouraged to apply for school-wide leadership roles which allowed their leadership potential to flourish. The Leader in Me program at Hutchens also engaged teachers and families in leadership practices. Teachers participated in Action Teams and facilitated clubs and fulfilled school-wide leadership roles. Families were encouraged to integrate leadership principles at home where students were given monthly activities to complete which reflected upon their leadership growth within the family. Hutchens students were engaged in meaningful experiences daily, and this all happened with preschool through second grade students!

 

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Nora Mae Hutchens Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Leader in Me: Grades K-2nd Grade

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Katherine Gallop

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The Leader in Me Program at Hutchens Elementary School was implemented to integrate the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into academics, culture, and leadership. Each day, students were engaged in direct instruction on a Leader in Me Habit or a highly effective practice. Teachers followed a school designed Leader in Me scope and sequence which provided focus on the same habit and highly effective practice. Hutchens Elementary also engaged students through leadership roles created by each classroom. This allowed students to apply for the job that best suited his or her talents and expertise. One hundred percent of Hutchens students belonged to a club of their choice. Additionally, students were encouraged to apply for school-wide leadership roles which allowed their leadership potential to flourish. The Leader in Me program at Hutchens also engaged teachers and families in leadership practices. Teachers participated in Action Teams and facilitated clubs and fulfilled school-wide leadership roles. Families were encouraged to integrate leadership principles at home where students were given monthly activities to complete which reflected upon their leadership growth within the family. Hutchens students were engaged in meaningful experiences daily, and this all happened with preschool through second grade students!

 

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Nora Mae Hutchens Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Leader in Me: Grades K-2nd Grade

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Katherine Gallop

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The Leader in Me Program at Hutchens Elementary School was implemented to integrate the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into academics, culture, and leadership. Each day, students were engaged in direct instruction on a Leader in Me Habit or a highly effective practice. Teachers followed a school designed Leader in Me scope and sequence which provided focus on the same habit and highly effective practice. Hutchens Elementary also engaged students through leadership roles created by each classroom. This allowed students to apply for the job that best suited his or her talents and expertise. One hundred percent of Hutchens students belonged to a club of their choice. Additionally, students were encouraged to apply for school-wide leadership roles which allowed their leadership potential to flourish. The Leader in Me program at Hutchens also engaged teachers and families in leadership practices. Teachers participated in Action Teams and facilitated clubs and fulfilled school-wide leadership roles. Families were encouraged to integrate leadership principles at home where students were given monthly activities to complete which reflected upon their leadership growth within the family. Hutchens students were engaged in meaningful experiences daily, and this all happened with preschool through second grade students!

 

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Nora Mae Hutchens Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Leader in Me: Grades K-2nd Grade

School of Distinction AwardMobile County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Katherine Gallop

Superintendent, Mr. Chresal Threadgill

The Leader in Me Program at Hutchens Elementary School was implemented to integrate the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People into academics, culture, and leadership. Each day, students were engaged in direct instruction on a Leader in Me Habit or a highly effective practice. Teachers followed a school designed Leader in Me scope and sequence which provided focus on the same habit and highly effective practice. Hutchens Elementary also engaged students through leadership roles created by each classroom. This allowed students to apply for the job that best suited his or her talents and expertise. One hundred percent of Hutchens students belonged to a club of their choice. Additionally, students were encouraged to apply for school-wide leadership roles which allowed their leadership potential to flourish. The Leader in Me program at Hutchens also engaged teachers and families in leadership practices. Teachers participated in Action Teams and facilitated clubs and fulfilled school-wide leadership roles. Families were encouraged to integrate leadership principles at home where students were given monthly activities to complete which reflected upon their leadership growth within the family. Hutchens students were engaged in meaningful experiences daily, and this all happened with preschool through second grade students!

 

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