Garfield Spirit Days

District Spirit/Pride is important because it sets the tone for various aspects of the district and its students, staff, faculty, parents and community. It provides a source of stability, like someone to lean on. When the student body and staff, faculty, parents and community are involved in events on and off campus, it demonstrates a passion for Boilermaker Pride that is immeasurable and contagious. District Spirit/Pride can translate into higher expectations of one’s self and surroundings, pushing for positive changes in Garfield.

District Spirit/Pride can improve a student’s commitment to education. This commitment can in turn act as a deterrent to negative behavior, such as dropping out of school or making fun of others for their school affiliations.  Having a positive learning environment is one of the many things that make going to school and being involved in district wide events so exciting. District Wide Spirit/Pride helps to develop and foster relationships among people.

District/Garfield Spirit Days Survey

Garfield Spirit Days:2021-2022 School Year

Let’s Keep Up Our District Pride!

 

October

  • Monday, October 4th: Wear Yellow to Kick-Off RESPECT Week (homerooms should discuss what respect is and why everyone is wearing yellow-unless school has a different set up)

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  • Friday, October 22ndWear Sweats to Sweat Out Violence (Violence Awareness Week- activities will happen at individual schools throughout the week…please talk to homerooms about being kind to others)


 

November

  • Friday, November 19thBoilermaker Break (each individual school will have their own activity and schedule)  

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January

  • Friday, January 28th: Wear Tie Dye, Multi-Colors or Perfectly Different Shirt (Boilermakers are Perfectly Different-homerooms talk about respecting other people’s differences and the benefits- unless school has different set -up)  


 

March

  • Friday, March 25thWear Superhero Shirt. There is a superhero in all of us we just need the courage to put on the cape (homerooms talk about courage and what it means with students)


 

 

  

 

 

*If you do not have these colors you can always where the Garfield Spirit Day themed shirt, Perfectly Different.

 

*Please send any pictures of students & staff to the District Anti-Bullying Coordinator of any of these events, IF you give permission for them to be posted on the District Social Media Sites.

Email: JRibaudo@gboe.org


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