High school students teach about positive choices at Jefferson School

Alex Mejia and Matt Anzalone presented their “Stairway to Health” lesson to the second graders at Jefferson School on Tuesday. photo by Madalyn Maloney

Ten student leaders volunteered to teach a lesson on positive choices at Jefferson School on Tuesday. These students chose one teacher’s aide to help them present a lesson on “The Stairway to Good Health.”

The following students were the teachers:

Matt Nicholson–3rd grade
Brett Barrett–4th grade
Angelica Calderon–Special Education
Ryan Johnston–3rd grade
Leah O’Bryan–Special Education
Tyler Gibson–4th grade
Matt Anzalone–2nd grade
Allison Cerrato–1st grade
Molly Garrity–Kindergarten
Billy Brady–1st grade

Find out how they did in the next issue of the Veritas due out next week.


Posted on October 2, 2012, in News. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Our students rocked this project! I was so proud of all of them. What a great way to represent our school and the Bulldog spirit that makes us so special. Thanks to all the teachers and aides.

  2. this is a fantastic project. do more! the kids love the kids! great job Sue and Mal!!

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