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    Garvey-Goelz-Yoder Pride Time Schedule

    Each day, Pride Time (2:45-3:15) at Boyce is a time for students to participate in a variety of team activities and/or extra-curricular activities.  While some students will leave our team in order to take advantage of other Boyce programs (Chorus, Band, Clubs, Challenge, Student Council, etc.), those students remaining within the classrooms will follow our team's regular Pride Time rotation.  The activities during these times vary, but all are meant to serve a purpose for the middle-school child, either as an academic curricular compliment or to promote proper social behavior and team building.  Generally, every Pride Time begins with a SSR period to promote reading for enjoyment.  Following this SSR time each day, our weekly Pride Time rotation of activities will follow this schedule...

    MONDAY:  WORKSHOP DAY (This is the day where students will have the opportunity to finish incomplete class work or missed assignments, make up quizzes/tests, receive individual 1-on-1 or small-group support from a teacher, ask questions about homework, etc.)

    TUESDAY: TEAM Project Day/Clubs (This is the day where students will participate in team building activities meant to strengthen the pride felt in being a member of our team.  Whether it be creating your own Baseball Organization or working on projects in student-chosen clubs...these team projects should be exciting!)
     
    WEDNESDAY: 
    WORKSHOP DAY (This is the day where students will have the opportunity to finish incomplete class work or missed assignments, make up quizzes/tests, receive individual 1-on-1 or small-group support from a teacher, ask questions about homework, etc.)

    THURSDAY:  WORKSHOP DAY (This is the day where students will have the opportunity to finish incomplete class work or missed assignments, make up quizzes/tests, receive individual 1-on-1 or small-group support from a teacher, ask questions about homework, etc.)

    FRIDAY: TEACHER CHOICE  (During this time, the teachers will allow the students to participate in some type of Advisor Time or Exploratory activity.  These activities could include, but are not limited to book groups, board games, math games, computer games, outside fun, math riddles/puzzles, teacher-led group discussions on social climate in the team and more.)