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News from Prior-Lake Savage Area Schools

Bridges graduate speaks at STRIVE mentorship meeting

This week, Bridges hosted their December STRIVE mentorship program meeting which featured guest speaker and Bridges graduate, Athena.

Athena gave an inspirational talk about how Bridges helped her graduate and prepare for post-secondary work. She also spoke about how she was able to make the most of her time as a student in order to be successful. Currently, she is excelling in her construction job and will soon start training to be a firefighter!

Middle Schools Host Guest Speaker Joe Beckman

Hidden Oaks and Twin Oaks Middle Schools hosted guest speaker, Joe Beckman. Joe spoke to students about being a "Difference Maker" while incorporating the five themes from his book "Just Look Up" which includes self worth, resilience, human connection, growth mindset and gratitude/positivity. He also explained to students what it means to be a Difference Maker, a Difference Taker or a Difference Faker and urged them to be the change... and be a Difference Maker!

Students were really engaged with what he had to say and eagerly contributed to some discussions too!

Middle Schools Host Guest Speaker Joe Beckman

Hidden Oaks and Twin Oaks Middle Schools hosted guest speaker, Joe Beckman. Joe spoke to students about being a "Difference Maker" while incorporating the five themes from his book "Just Look Up" which includes self worth, resilience, human connection, growth mindset and gratitude/positivity. He also explained to students what it means to be a Difference Maker, a Difference Taker or a Difference Faker and urged them to be the change... and be a Difference Maker!

Students were really engaged with what he had to say and eagerly contributed to some discussions too!

Students Participate in Native American Bridges Walk

This week the Prior Lake High School Native American Student Coalition hosted a "Bridge Walk" as a celebration of the end of Native American Heritage Month. Students created displays to educate their peers and staff members about native culture.

Bridge Walks have become a tradition that many of the PLHS Student Advisory Groups have started doing during other heritage months including Hispanic Heritage Month, Black History Month, and also Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.