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Freeman Staff, Students Diving Into Using Their Strengths

All staff and some high school students at Freeman High School have taken the CliftonStrengths assessment to determine their top 5 strengths.  High school FFA members and Teammates mentees got to take the assessment through their respective chapters.  Staff members participated in activities during an in-service that discussed the difference between talents and strengths, allowed them to reflect on their own strengths, and think about how schools can use strengths to build a culture.

Other things being done at the school to encourage strength development are staff strengths get-togethers, posting of student and staff member strengths in the hallways, Twitter Tuesdays with a topic to tweet about, and locker and other signs that share individual strengths.

"I'm excited about moving forward with the Gallup Strengths because I feel if we are all in pursuit of being our best selves, doing the things that we love most, this school will be amazing," said Mr. Sokol, Freeman High School principal.

"I think seeing the world through strengths allows us to work on our talents to achieve more, but also see others in a different light and push them to be their best," said Mr. Jensen, Freeman agricultural education instructor.

For more information about strengths and how you can get involved, contact Mr. Jensen, Mr. Sokol, Mrs. Nieveen, or Mrs. Sugden.


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