A Holiday message from Nicholson Elementary School principal Bob Wilson

As students in a Leader in Me (www.leaderinme.org) school, Nicholson kids take pride in supporting one another to reach their goals, and they recognize that one person, or groups of people working together, can make a difference. During the holiday season we challenge our community’s families to practice the Leader in Me habit of synergizing by finding ways to work together to support others. By finding opportunities for cooperation and unity we help our children learn that working together can unite their families in common purpose, and that by working together we can often achieve great things.

Finding ways to help our family and friends is important because it teaches our children that we’re all responsible for the well-being of our community, and that by working together our community and our families will benefit. In the Leader in Me language we use at Nicholson Elementary that’s a “win-win.”

The students, staff, and the Nicholson Elementary School community wish everyone a joyous holiday season and a Merry Christmas.

Bob Wilson


Nicholson Elementary School

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