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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Prattville Primary School

Leader in Me: Improving School Climate & Culture

School of Distinction AwardAutauga County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Holly McNider

Superintendent, Mr. Tim Tidmore

Prattville Primary School embraced the system’s motto, “Learning Today…Leading Tomorrow” by elevating the climate and culture for all stakeholders, prioritizing student leadership, and empowering students with life skills using the Leader in Me transformation process. The Leader in Me program focused on developing the whole child with a belief that all students have genius, and everyone can be a leader. The program was centered around 7 Habits that modeled goal setting, problem-solving, and a balance of social and emotional well-being. The Leader in Me program was successful at Prattville Primary School due to the commitment of the teachers, staff, and administrators who worked together to create a culture that embraced leadership opportunities for everyone. After a few years of changes in administration, the staff of Prattville Primary School needed unity and a common purpose to rebuild the climate and culture. The Leader in Me program provided a framework for leadership so that every staff member was part of an Action Team, and their voice was heard. These shared leadership practices changed the way stakeholders viewed student leadership potential. Students were taught to take initiative, set goals, and communicate with others, resulting in a whole-school transformation.

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Prattville Primary School

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Leader in Me: Improving School Climate & Culture

School of Distinction AwardAutauga County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Holly McNider

Superintendent, Mr. Tim Tidmore

Prattville Primary School embraced the system’s motto, “Learning Today…Leading Tomorrow” by elevating the climate and culture for all stakeholders, prioritizing student leadership, and empowering students with life skills using the Leader in Me transformation process. The Leader in Me program focused on developing the whole child with a belief that all students have genius, and everyone can be a leader. The program was centered around 7 Habits that modeled goal setting, problem-solving, and a balance of social and emotional well-being. The Leader in Me program was successful at Prattville Primary School due to the commitment of the teachers, staff, and administrators who worked together to create a culture that embraced leadership opportunities for everyone. After a few years of changes in administration, the staff of Prattville Primary School needed unity and a common purpose to rebuild the climate and culture. The Leader in Me program provided a framework for leadership so that every staff member was part of an Action Team, and their voice was heard. These shared leadership practices changed the way stakeholders viewed student leadership potential. Students were taught to take initiative, set goals, and communicate with others, resulting in a whole-school transformation.

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Prattville Primary School

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Leader in Me: Improving School Climate & Culture

School of Distinction AwardAutauga County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Holly McNider

Superintendent, Mr. Tim Tidmore

Prattville Primary School embraced the system’s motto, “Learning Today…Leading Tomorrow” by elevating the climate and culture for all stakeholders, prioritizing student leadership, and empowering students with life skills using the Leader in Me transformation process. The Leader in Me program focused on developing the whole child with a belief that all students have genius, and everyone can be a leader. The program was centered around 7 Habits that modeled goal setting, problem-solving, and a balance of social and emotional well-being. The Leader in Me program was successful at Prattville Primary School due to the commitment of the teachers, staff, and administrators who worked together to create a culture that embraced leadership opportunities for everyone. After a few years of changes in administration, the staff of Prattville Primary School needed unity and a common purpose to rebuild the climate and culture. The Leader in Me program provided a framework for leadership so that every staff member was part of an Action Team, and their voice was heard. These shared leadership practices changed the way stakeholders viewed student leadership potential. Students were taught to take initiative, set goals, and communicate with others, resulting in a whole-school transformation.

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Prattville Primary School

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Leader in Me: Improving School Climate & Culture

School of Distinction AwardAutauga County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Holly McNider

Superintendent, Mr. Tim Tidmore

Prattville Primary School embraced the system’s motto, “Learning Today…Leading Tomorrow” by elevating the climate and culture for all stakeholders, prioritizing student leadership, and empowering students with life skills using the Leader in Me transformation process. The Leader in Me program focused on developing the whole child with a belief that all students have genius, and everyone can be a leader. The program was centered around 7 Habits that modeled goal setting, problem-solving, and a balance of social and emotional well-being. The Leader in Me program was successful at Prattville Primary School due to the commitment of the teachers, staff, and administrators who worked together to create a culture that embraced leadership opportunities for everyone. After a few years of changes in administration, the staff of Prattville Primary School needed unity and a common purpose to rebuild the climate and culture. The Leader in Me program provided a framework for leadership so that every staff member was part of an Action Team, and their voice was heard. These shared leadership practices changed the way stakeholders viewed student leadership potential. Students were taught to take initiative, set goals, and communicate with others, resulting in a whole-school transformation.

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Prattville Primary School

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Leader in Me: Improving School Climate & Culture

School of Distinction AwardAutauga County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Holly McNider

Superintendent, Mr. Tim Tidmore

Prattville Primary School embraced the system’s motto, “Learning Today…Leading Tomorrow” by elevating the climate and culture for all stakeholders, prioritizing student leadership, and empowering students with life skills using the Leader in Me transformation process. The Leader in Me program focused on developing the whole child with a belief that all students have genius, and everyone can be a leader. The program was centered around 7 Habits that modeled goal setting, problem-solving, and a balance of social and emotional well-being. The Leader in Me program was successful at Prattville Primary School due to the commitment of the teachers, staff, and administrators who worked together to create a culture that embraced leadership opportunities for everyone. After a few years of changes in administration, the staff of Prattville Primary School needed unity and a common purpose to rebuild the climate and culture. The Leader in Me program provided a framework for leadership so that every staff member was part of an Action Team, and their voice was heard. These shared leadership practices changed the way stakeholders viewed student leadership potential. Students were taught to take initiative, set goals, and communicate with others, resulting in a whole-school transformation.

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Prattville Primary School

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Leader in Me: Improving School Climate & Culture

School of Distinction AwardAutauga County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Holly McNider

Superintendent, Mr. Tim Tidmore

Prattville Primary School embraced the system’s motto, “Learning Today…Leading Tomorrow” by elevating the climate and culture for all stakeholders, prioritizing student leadership, and empowering students with life skills using the Leader in Me transformation process. The Leader in Me program focused on developing the whole child with a belief that all students have genius, and everyone can be a leader. The program was centered around 7 Habits that modeled goal setting, problem-solving, and a balance of social and emotional well-being. The Leader in Me program was successful at Prattville Primary School due to the commitment of the teachers, staff, and administrators who worked together to create a culture that embraced leadership opportunities for everyone. After a few years of changes in administration, the staff of Prattville Primary School needed unity and a common purpose to rebuild the climate and culture. The Leader in Me program provided a framework for leadership so that every staff member was part of an Action Team, and their voice was heard. These shared leadership practices changed the way stakeholders viewed student leadership potential. Students were taught to take initiative, set goals, and communicate with others, resulting in a whole-school transformation.

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Prattville Primary School

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Leader in Me: Improving School Climate & Culture

School of Distinction AwardAutauga County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Holly McNider

Superintendent, Mr. Tim Tidmore

Prattville Primary School embraced the system’s motto, “Learning Today…Leading Tomorrow” by elevating the climate and culture for all stakeholders, prioritizing student leadership, and empowering students with life skills using the Leader in Me transformation process. The Leader in Me program focused on developing the whole child with a belief that all students have genius, and everyone can be a leader. The program was centered around 7 Habits that modeled goal setting, problem-solving, and a balance of social and emotional well-being. The Leader in Me program was successful at Prattville Primary School due to the commitment of the teachers, staff, and administrators who worked together to create a culture that embraced leadership opportunities for everyone. After a few years of changes in administration, the staff of Prattville Primary School needed unity and a common purpose to rebuild the climate and culture. The Leader in Me program provided a framework for leadership so that every staff member was part of an Action Team, and their voice was heard. These shared leadership practices changed the way stakeholders viewed student leadership potential. Students were taught to take initiative, set goals, and communicate with others, resulting in a whole-school transformation.

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Prattville Primary School

by Anita Reid | Jul 12, 2021

Leader in Me: Improving School Climate & Culture

School of Distinction AwardAutauga County Schools

Principal, Mrs. Holly McNider

Superintendent, Mr. Tim Tidmore

Prattville Primary School embraced the system’s motto, “Learning Today…Leading Tomorrow” by elevating the climate and culture for all stakeholders, prioritizing student leadership, and empowering students with life skills using the Leader in Me transformation process. The Leader in Me program focused on developing the whole child with a belief that all students have genius, and everyone can be a leader. The program was centered around 7 Habits that modeled goal setting, problem-solving, and a balance of social and emotional well-being. The Leader in Me program was successful at Prattville Primary School due to the commitment of the teachers, staff, and administrators who worked together to create a culture that embraced leadership opportunities for everyone. After a few years of changes in administration, the staff of Prattville Primary School needed unity and a common purpose to rebuild the climate and culture. The Leader in Me program provided a framework for leadership so that every staff member was part of an Action Team, and their voice was heard. These shared leadership practices changed the way stakeholders viewed student leadership potential. Students were taught to take initiative, set goals, and communicate with others, resulting in a whole-school transformation.

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