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Trapper School: Revving Up

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Trapper School: Revving Up

  1. 2. Success Highways builds a student's success resiliency skills so he/she has the motivation to stay in school. Through the program's written exercises, classroom interactions, and a unique assessment, students explore their current lives, motivators, actions, and goals.
  2. 4. AREA COVERED 1. Importance of School 2. Confidence 3. Connections 4. Stress 5. Well-Being 6. Motivation
  3. 11. We Identified 3 Areas of Concern 1. Stress 2. Confidence 3. Motivation (Academic / Social / Financial) (Classroom / Social / Test-Taking) (Enjoy School / Meaningful)
  4. 12. Area of Concern 1. Stress (Academic / Social / Financial) ● Drawing ● Walking Around ● Sitting Around ● Chewing Gum ● Yell at the Teacher ● Throwing Stuff at the Teacher ● Drugs
  5. 13. Area of Concern 2. Confidence (Classroom / Social / Test-Taking) ● Don’t Enjoy School ● Motivation Goes Down
  6. 14. Area of Concern 3. Motivation (Enjoy School / Meaningful) ● Not Keeping Up ● Motivation Goes Down
  7. 15. August May School Calendar Year From August Through May, What Are Some Possible Ways The Student Might Deal With The Level Of Stress If It Keeps Going Up? ● Drop-Out ● Flunk ● Absent ● Come to School Late
  8. 16. In conclusion: With these 3 areas of concern, how do we begin to break the cycle for the students who are caught in it?

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