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Planning activities for Sims Elementary

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Working on the STEP website.

Working on the STEP website.
STEP home

LCHS at Middle School Conference

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What is STEP?

STEP stands for: Striving Towards Equality for People. It is a group of students who are passionate about issues of equality and diversity. We meet to plan activities that help unify the students and to make LC a place where everyone is validated and can reach their full potential.

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New Project at Joseph Sims Elementary !!

STEP Club is doing something great with Joseph Sims Elementary School. We have made two visits to assemblies for 5th and 6th graders. It took some planning and creativity to come up with activities to teach the SIMS students.  Looking forward to going again in April.

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STEP - Get Involved!!

Come to the meetings and get involved in helping plan events like Joseph Sims Elementary School  and Mix It Up Day. This year, we are looking to change Unity Day format.We also want to meet new people so, bring your talents and make a difference in elementary school kids.

  NEXT MEETING   THURSDAY, March 8 IN ROOM I 12 AT 3:10

Today: 9/1/15
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LAST YEAR'S OFFICERS

LAST YEAR'S OFFICERS

Dinner Discussion

RELIGIOUS FORUM - Students representing many religions shared their personal religious beliefs and customs.

We all learned from each other!

 

STEP shared dinner and discussion with BSU.

(PHOTOS BELOW)

What does it feel like to be included? excluded?

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