Hennessey Heroes are #United for Unity Day
Hennessey Elementary students, staff and families are working together as a school community to continue to persevere, work hard and make it happen each day. We LOVE spirit days at Hennessey Elementary and showed our school spirit in person and at a distance for Unity Day and Orange and Black Day. Unity Day is a day where we come together as a school community to show we are united against bullying, united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. Students participated in classroom discussion and activities around the four components. Our core value for the month of November is KINDNESS. A 1st grade hero, Justice, says kindness means “caring and sharing.” He thinks it’s important to share with others “because if you don’t share you could hurt someone’s feelings.” As Feinstein Junior Scholars we know the importance of helping others and showing kindness in our community. One of our 1st grade students, Jarrod, says that you can show kindness by “helping people when they fall down.” Our school community is excited to participate in a food drive during the months of October and November to support those in need. As always, Hennessey Heroes will continue to show that we are always SAFE, RESPECTFUL and PROUD!!!