ELMSFORD, N.Y. -- Elmsford elementary students highlighted their "Vision Board" project at the recent Elmsford School District Board of Education meeting.
The Alice E. Grady fourth grade team of teachers and 12 students presented highlights of their "Vision board" project at the meeting. The students created their vision boards as a means to identify areas within which they would work to grow through the second half of the academic year.
"I am going to work to eat a healthier diet" and "I will study harder so that I am prepared to do well on my math tests" were shared as well as plans to be a better listeners and focus on being strong student leaders, school officials said.
"In all the children and their teachers demonstrated to the Board of Education and the community that they are committed to continuous improvement and that over time they are determined to achieve their goals," said Elmsford School Superintendent Dr. Joseph Ricca. "The faculty members were also applauded for helping the children focus on both short and long term goal setting. It was a wonderful presentation and we are so proud of our fourth grade visionaries."
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