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New Salem Elementary Ruby Project TEAM Students

New Salem Elementary Ruby Project TEAM Students

Congratulations to the New Salem Elementary Ruby Project TEAM students! Throughout the year, students at New Salem Elementary who most exemplify the Project TEAM character trait are chosen by their teachers and recognized by the school. Like our Project TEAM character, Ruby, their outstanding resiliency skills truly shine.

Kindergarten: Jack Borys, Logan Sebastian, Xavier Shealy, Aden Glatfelter

First Grade: Amy Borror, Paisley Stoltzfus, Rylie Aubel, Easton Shue

Second Grade: Jeremiah Diaz, Zoey Sears, Luke Ferree, Harrison Fischman

Third Grade: McKayla Gladfelter, Raelynne Lecrone, Logan Bowman

Fourth Grade: Madilyn Sturgis, Jasmine Harman, Kenslee Crone, Aubree Kinley


About Project TEAM

Our teachers, K - 6, use Project TEAM to help students understand the value and significance of teamwork and leadership and create a positive school climate, bringing everyone in the school together to work toward common goals. This, in turn, creates a sense of belonging and an accepting community, making for a more productive social and academic environment. 

Meet the Project TEAM Character, Ruby - Resiliency

Resiliency is the ability to bounce back when something tough or hard happens. Resiliency helps students understand they can overcome obstacles or tough times. It gives students the ability to cope with problems, get through difficult times, makes us unique, and gives us hope. To be resilient, we need to be able to take care of ourselves, help take care of others, and understand the importance of having positive influences and people to help take care of us.