• Greenville Park
    Leadership Academy
     
    "There are no substitutes for effective teaching, practiced professionalism and high expectations. Expect Greatness." 
     
     
     
     
  • School Hours

     7:35 AM-- 2:35 PM

    1/2 Day Dismissal 11:20 AM

  • Respectful

    Hannum advises leaders to cultivate a climate of respect in the following ways:

    • Exhibit an interest in and appreciation of others’ perspectives, knowledge, skills and abilities.
    • Express recognition and gratitude for the efforts and contributions of others.
    • Openly communicate information about policies and procedures so everyone has access to and is operating with similar information.
    • Clarify decision-making processes, and when appropriate, seek input into those processes.
    • Take concerns seriously.
    • If someone or a group feels “wronged,” seek to understand that perspective and apologize if it is warranted and genuine.

    “At its core, respect is a continuous process of paying attention to people. We get into habits and make assumptions that, if unchecked, can lead to misunderstandings and ineffective behaviors,” says Hannum.      

     Kelly Hannum, co-author of Leading Across Differences: Cases and Perspectives.

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    Forgiveness

    Psychologists generally define forgiveness as a conscious, deliberate decision to release feelings of resentment or vengeance toward a person or group who has harmed you, regardless of whether they actually deserve your forgiveness.

    Just as important as defining what forgiveness is, though, is understanding what forgiveness is not. Experts who study or teach forgiveness make clear that when you forgive, you do not gloss over or deny the seriousness of an offense against you. Forgiveness does not mean forgetting, nor does it mean condoning or excusing offenses. Though forgiveness can help repair a damaged relationship, it doesn’t obligate you to reconcile with the person who harmed you, or release them from legal accountability.

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    Gratitude = Grateful

    Every day, or at least once a week, make a list of the things other people contribute that you are really grateful for. Do this for the people in both your personal and professional life. You will find that when you habitually express gratitude, you have less stress at home and your team members at work are happy to go out of their way to help you achieve your goals.

    When you are a grateful leader, it is much easier to see the good in others and provide ample praise and recognition where it is due. Gratitude builds relationships. Think about how you have been blessed, as well as whom and what you are grateful for in your life. We all have a need to feel valued and appreciated. Take the time to express gratitude to the people in your life and remember to spend freely, and often, with soft currency.

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    CELEBRATE OTHERS 

    The next time someone you know gets great news, don’t hate — celebrate with them. Remember, you reap what you sow: You can look forward to welcoming more joy into your own life as you celebrate other people’s success.

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    EMPATHY

    Empathy means ‘the ability to understand and share the feelings of another’ (as in both authors have the skill to make you feel empathy with their heroines), whereas sympathy means ‘feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else's misfortune’ (as in they had great sympathy for the flood victims). 

     

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    Kindness

    Leadership is about compassion. It’s about having the ability to relate to and connect with people for the purpose of inspiring and empowering their lives.

     

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Announcements

  • Purple Hall PBIS EVENT

    Cost 50 PBIS  points

    Cookie Making Event

    December 12 

     

    Gold Hall PBIS Event

    Cost 50 PBIS Points

    Hot Chocolate 

    December 13

     

    Silver Hall PBIS EVENT

    Cost 50 PBIS points

    Elf on the Shelf Photo

    December 14  During Recess

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    Student Council

     

    Food Drive 

     

    St Con Food Drive  

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    Hoodie & Spirit Shirts for Sale!!!   

     

    Please stop by the front office to place your Hoodie orders before it gets cold and while your placing your orders for Hoodies, you can purchase a Spirit Shirt to wear with your jeans on Jean Day!

     
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  • Level up

     

    Mrs. Rogers  has been seeking donations from friends, family, and colleagues for books. I recognize that most of our students are below reading level. I take this very personal. I've been trying to get our students to buy in to the Level Up theme. They are doing a great job! We would like to show our gratitude for everyone who is helping our reading literacy initiative. 

     

    A special thanks to Mrs. Hutchinson, Coach Robinson, and Coach Escamilla

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  • Students of the Month 

    November

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    • December 10
      • Ugly Sweater day (Faculty and Student participation)
    • Decemebr 11
      • 12 Days of Christmas Sone Dress Up Day (Faculty participation Only)
    • December 12
      • Creative way to Wear a Wreath and Ornaments (Faculty participation Only)
    • December 13
      • Crazy Christmas Hat, Socks & Scarves (Faculty  and Student participation)
    • December 14
      • Dress Like and Elf (Faculty and Students may wear elf hats and elf ears)
      • 7th and 8th grade sponsor a Parent vs Student basketball game(Admission Free)(5PM-7PM)
    • December 17
      • Hark the Crazy Angel Wings(Design and wear Angel Wings) (Faculty & Student participation )
    • December 18
      • Wacked out Candy Canes (Dress up like or wear candy canes) (Faculty &  Student  participation)
    • December 19
      • Woo Ville Character Dress up Day (Faculty& Student  participation)
      • Purple Hall Christmas  Program(6PM-7-PM)
    • December 20
      • Creative Antlers (Design and wear Antlers) (Faculty and Student participation)
    • December 21
      • Crazy Christmas Hair Do (Faculty and Student participation)
      • 1/2 Day Schedule  for students
      • Christmas Luncheon 
      • End of 3rd Six Weeks; End of the 1st Semester
    • December 24- -31
      • No School Christmas/New Year's  Break

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    • January 1-4
      • No School Christmas/New Year's Break
    • January 7
      • Teacher Professional Day- No School Students
    • January 8
      • Students return to school
    • January 21
      • NO School- MLK Day
  • Today is Thursday, December 13, 2018
     
  • This is art club working on their art contest for the 2019 Louisiana Aviation Art Contest. The contest theme this year is "My Dream To Fly" I have extra permission forms and guidelines. Students may work on them at home and return to school before we leave for break. I will judge a GPLA winner and award them a surprise art box of supplies!!!

     
    The papers will be sent to the art contest to be sent off for the contest to be judged for creative use of the theme in relation to the aviation world. 
     
    Watercolor, acrylic paint, marker, pen, and crayons, or pastels may be used. 
     
    Computer generated artwork, collage, or photocopied art will not be allowed. 
     
    Please encourage all of your students to participate!
  • Students please note

    Temporary ID's will no longer be accepted at the PBIS Store

    You must have your proper picture ID for Purchases 

  • Mission Statement

    Campus leadership will facilitate and maintain a safe and secure campus environment conducive to teaching and learning. This will be evidenced through effective systems and operational fidelity. Campus Leadership will exhibit a commitment to the development of teachers and staff by facilitating the enrichment of staff members regularly.  Leadership will set goals and create a unique vision for the campus community, which is in the best interest of all stakeholders, specifically the students served at Greenville Park Leadership Academy.

    Teachers and staff will work collaboratively with the school community to attain common goals. This will be evidenced through consistent professional learning community involvement and collective efforts that drive student achievement.

    Students will come to school ready to learn and lead as evidenced by appropriate dress, positive attitudes, required supplies, and completed homework. Students will exhibit a commitment to personal growth, academic achievement, and positive behavior.

    Vision Statement

    The vision of Greenville Park Leadership Academy is to ensure that all those who enter leave with the skills and knowledge needed to successfully enter high school without remediation.

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