Monthly Archives: September 2014
The HAPI-YEP Word of the Day is AESTHETIC. The first 2 students to find Veejay and tell him what it means will get an extra stamp! Hint: He’ll be on campus today for HAPI-YEP Lunchtime!
The HAPI-YEP Word of the Day is LUCID. The first 2 students to find Veejay and tell him what it means will get an extra stamp! Hint: He’ll be on campus today for the HAPI-YEP Lunchtime!
Curious to see what our students write on their daily journals? Head over here to see what goes on in the mind of a high school student!
Check out these I-MAPS (Identity Maps) our students created for a workshop. The I-MAPS is an activity that allows the students to identify what makes up their identity. We broke it down to 3 sections. The center represents them. The outer layer are the things in their life that enhances or supports their identity. Finally, the words outside represents their current struggles.
Check out this amazing art piece that the HAPI-YEP Students worked on collaboratively!
The Tree of Expectations represents the expectations of students and staff in HAPI-YEP. The leaves represents the expectations and the trunk represent agreements that we have to abide by during the program. In order for the expectation to come true, there are certain agreements that must be followed in order to create a safe, loving, and fun learning environment.