Bullying and Harassment
Stand Against Violence
Getting Along with Classmates
Team Building Activities
How Our Bodies Work
Fitness and Aerobics
Exercise and Activity
Yoga & Tai Chi
Importance of Sleep
Family Life and Human Sexuality
Drug, Tobacco and Alcohol Awareness
Hurricanes and Other Disasters
Manners and Proper Etiquette
Protection from the Florida Sun
Stress Management and Relaxation
How the Brain Learns Best
Physiology of the Brain
The Effects of Music on the Brain
What is memory and how it works
Improving Study Habits
Mind Mapping (by hand and computer)
Internet Safety and Blogging
Making a Difference
Caring for Others
Facing Peer Pressure
Plus other items Students and Coaches would like to discuss.
Faith Formation: To develop a closer relationship with God and to make Jesus the foundation of our lives.
Catholicity: To become more knowledgeable about our Catholic religion.
Respect: To honor self, other, and the environment.
Responsibility: To be accountable for own actions.
Loyalty: To be devoted and faithful to family, friends, church and country.
Peace: To be calm and serene, not quarrelsome or violent
Cooperation: To work together toward a common goal or purpose.
Integrity: To be honest, upright, and of sound moral principle and character, and to live according to Gospel values
Kindness: To be gentle and thoughtful towards others.
Initiative: To do something because it needs to be done.
Flexibility: To have the ability to alter plans when necessary.
Perseverance: To continue in spite of difficulties.
Organization: To plan, arrange, and implement in an orderly way.
Sense of Humor: To laugh and be playful without hurting others.
Effort: To try your hardest and work tirelessly.
Reliability: To be trustworthy and dependable.
Self-control: To have command over own actions and feelings.
Common sense: To use good judgment.
Problem solving: To create or seek solutions in difficult situations.
Decision making: To have strategies for making up one’s mind and forming opinions.
Motivation: To want to do something and be willing to move into action.
Patience: To wait calmly for someone or something. - Adapted from: Dorothy Rich (1988), MegaSkills
Friendship: To make and keep a friend through mutual trust and caring.
Curiosity: To desire to learn or know about a full range of things.
Citizenship: To behave as a supportive, contributing member of our country, community, and Church.