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Bullitt County Public Schools: The Leader in Educational Excellence
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Crossroads Elementary School Leadership Day
Students Haley Hendrix and Allison Weihe lead guests into classrooms to see active learning. Students Haley Hendrix and Allison Weihe lead guests on a tour of the facility. Library media specialist Kellie Weihe records students working as tour guides. Leadership day guests listen to students explain methods of learning. Students Malory Pierce and Penny Tobbe show examples of what they do daily in their classroom. Student Kenzie Myers points to a daily classroom procedure. BCPS Superintendent Keith Davis smiles as Tim Gonterman greets student Annabelle Decker. Students Taylor Pierce and Mackenzie Mingus led guests on a tour. Student Brady Weihe led guests on a tour. Luke Aubrey presented one of the seven habits of success. Noah Coomes discussed one of the seven habits of success. Ella Warren talked about one of the seven habits of success. Students took terms defining the seven habits of success. This is Olivia Bonham. The Crossroads Elementary School choir performed songs for guests. The Crossroads Elementary School choir performed songs for guests. Guests enjoy breakfast during Crossroads Elementary School first annual Leadership Day. Leadership student Mikayla Scheer (left) served beverages to guests during breakfast. Crossroads students made sure guests were served at breakfast. Student Technology Leaders Logan Long, Brandon Key, Maddie Johnston and Alexis Satori welcomed guests to Crossroads. Leadership students Travis Holbert and Joshua Lehring welcomed guests to Crossroads. Leadership student Adam Barrett welcomed guests to Crossroads. Students Amari Blackburn and Kaden Vogel opened the front doors welcoming guests. Students Amari Blackburn and Kaden Vogel welcomed guests to their school. Students Merissa Burroughs, Andrew Harbert and Jason Perkins organized and hosted Leadership Day. Signs welcomed guests to Crossroads' first ever Leadership Day. Mt. Washington banker Tim Wiseheart shows his ID to Andrew Gutierrez and Heaven Miller. The Leader in Me is FranklinCovey’s whole school transformation process. It teaches 21st century leadership and life skills to students and creates a culture of student empowerment based on the idea that every child can be a leader. Crossroads Elementary School hosted a Leadership Day March 10 as part of their implementation of The Leader in Me. Students Andrew Gutierrez and Heaven Miller welcomed guests and had them officially sign in.