It’s important to make the announcements fun for the students to hear to get them excited about the upcoming appreciation day activities. Encourage the students making the announcements to practice together before reading them over the intercom. Here is a quick video explaining why it is important.
Clinton Middle School is a great example of how this program really can work in the middle school setting. Below is their summary of Superintendent Appreciation Day. What a great day! Read this and get LOST in the celebration Indiana Jones-style: What would CMS be without the amazing Larry Foster, director of Anderson County School’s?…Read More
Here at Utrust we strongly advocate the motto “Everyone does a little so no one does a lot”. This results in appreciation celebrations that have more student and staff involvement and ultimately creates an attitude of gratitude within the school. Station Camp Elementary took this concept to heart when they celebrated their custodians in late October…Read More
Welcome back to Thursday Tips! This week is all about following the motto Everyone Does a Little so No One Does a Alot. Here’s what you do: 1. Break your A-Team into 3 groups: Action Team, Creative Team and Paparazzi Team 2. Work with the principal to recruit an adult staff member as leader of each of the…Read More
Lake City Elementary School in Anderson County did a fantastic job of celebrating their bus drivers with a Flintstone Theme. They went all out making their bus drivers feel special on their day. From singing the Utrust provided song to the tune of “Meet the Flintstones” to making Flintstone attire for the bus drivers with…Read More
The Utrust Member Appreciation Dinner will be held at the Listening Café in downtown Nashville on Saturday, November 14. Superintendents, school board members and spouses of Utrust member boards are invited to attend as guests of Utrust. Central office staff members who work with unemployment compensation or the Employee Appreciation Program are also invited to…Read More