R.E. Good Elementary focuses on IB learner profiles each month. The goal is for each of our gators to exhibit these profiles at school and at home. Every month, 2 students from each grade level are selected to receive the IB word of the month.
As an International Baccalaureate school, our pride lies in the celebration of diverse cultures and individuals worldwide. We are committed to exposing our students to a rich tapestry of cultural traditions, aiming to shape them into conscientious global citizens. This month, in honor of Black History Month, our Gator News Network will spotlight black historical figures, highlighting their significant contributions throughout history and their ongoing impact. Engaging in Black History Month trivia will further enhance our students' understanding and appreciation.
Adding to the cultural richness of our school, we are privileged to host a Chinese language program led by the remarkable Ms. Tsui. She orchestrates an annual celebration for the Lunar New Year, an evening event that promises a blend of cultural exploration and festivities. Across all grade levels, our students will immerse themselves in Lunar New Year activities, deepening their understanding of this important celebration. We eagerly anticipate embracing and celebrating these two significant occasions this month, fostering a sense of unity and cultural appreciation among our school community.
R.E. Good 4th grade Gator, Leonardo Guadarama, takes first place in the Spanish district spelling bee. Leonardo will go on to represent CFBSID at the Region 10 competition in March.