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K. Smith Habits - Contribute
Preparing each student to think, learn, work, communicate, collaborate, and contribute effectively now and throughout his or her life.
K. SMITH HABITS
KS Habits Think Photo SliceTHINK

THINK
critically. Ask questions and use evidence to describe and support claims. Be flexibile and innovative to design solutions to complex problems. Reflect and critique ideas.

Think
KS Habits Learn Photo SliceLEARN

LEARN
continuously. Develop strong foundational skills to master significant content. Make mistakes. Build on knowledge and apply to new situations.

Learn
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WORK
intentionally. Be persistent and self-directed. Manage impulsivity and set goals. Strive for accuracy and apply effort to continuously improve. Take risks and create beautiful work.

Work
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COMMUNICATE
effectively. Speak and write with clarity. Know your audience, Understand purpose, and choose precise language. If appropriate, incorporate media to enhance ideas.

Communicate
KS Habits Collaborate Photo SliceCOLLABORATE

COLLABORATE
constructively. Take responsibility for yourself and your team. Listen with empathy and understanding with a commitment to shared success. Give and receive feedback.

Collaborate
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CONTRIBUTE
globally. Apply your work to real world situations to serve an authentic purpose. Be kind to others and empowered to make a difference. Recognize your place in the community.

Contribute
 

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"Drug Free Looks Like Me" Theme for Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week is observed from October 23-31. This year the theme for Red Ribbon Week is “Drug Free Looks Like Me,” created by a 7th grader, Marin Wurst, from Solon, Ohio. Wurst created this theme because she wanted to highlight that each individual has a role in keeping “communities safe, healthy, and Drug Free.” Schools throughout the Evergreen district will be acknowledging Red Ribbon Week with giveaways, drug free pledges, and spirit days.

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