GO Lead - Stories about student leadership

List of 5 news stories.

  • Preschool and Grade 8 Buddies Bond Over Shared Activities

    Beginning last October, eighth graders spent the year being role models and friends to their younger buddies in the Early Childhood Learning Center.
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  • Student Leaders Share Out

    Student leaders in the Middle School shared their projects, goals and initiatives with peers this week, inspiring future leaders and giving an overview of the year’s accomplishments so far. 
     
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  • Grade 2: Ironman vs. Captain America

    Second graders in Cindy Cheadle’s class got a special visit from Mr. John Britz, a political consultant, who shared the history and importance of the presidential election process. Students then formed two parties, Ironman and Captain America. They heard speeches from the candidates, held rallies and finally cast their votes in a mock election designed to help them understand the significance of November 8, election day. (P.S. Captain America won.)
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  • Grades 3/4: Sparking Change

    At a Lower School assembly this week, students were introduced to a new club for Grades 3/4. Spark Change is a service learning and leadership program that offers students the chance to give back and make a difference in the community. Members of the club will lead the Lower School in collecting coins for a specific cause to be determined by students.
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  • Building Integrity Island: Insight from Inside Out

    By Josh Cobb, Head of Middle School
    This summer I went to see the movie, Inside Out, with my wife and daughter. Though the five emotions vying for control inside 11-year-old Riley’s head entertained me, the fate of her “personality islands” truly captivated me.
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Graland Country Day School

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Graland Country Day School is a private school in Denver, Colorado, serving students in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. Founded in Denver in 1924, Graland incorporates a rich, experiential learning approach in a traditional classroom setting, emphasizing the development of globally and socially conscious leaders who excel academically.