Clear Stream Avenue School recently celebrated School Spirit Week by coordinating several theme days, including sports day, professional day, wacky Wednesday, pajama day, and school colors day, and focusing their attention on how one’s character traits can increase the building’s school spirit. 

As a culmination to the weeklong celebration, the student-body gathered together for an assembly program they called “What Clear Stream Means to Me.” During the program, the students shared individual and group projects they created on the topic. Projects ranged from songs, raps, poems, and artistic creations.

In addition to sharing the projects, the students continued their character education lessons on the school’s PBIS theme, “Tolerance.” The students enjoyed sharing their thoughts on the subject and reading the book Terrible Things by Eve Bunting aloud in their classroom. The messages included in the book were linked to the theme of tolerance.