Superheroes visit Washington


Batman and Batgirl stopped by Washington Elementary in Gallipolis to discuss the importance of doing the right thing, not bullying, and being helpful and respectful of others. Leadership from upper class students was heavily emphasized by the hero pair to help influence younger generations. The assembly was part of the school’s “Superheroes in Training” program, in which students wore their favorite superhero outfits to school. Washington Elementary’s PTO and CATS programs sponsored the heroes with the assembly to emphasize good character and making good choices. It kicked off the school’s positive behavior system.


Batman and Batgirl stopped by Washington Elementary in Gallipolis to discuss the importance of doing the right thing, not bullying, and being helpful and respectful of others. Leadership from upper class students was heavily emphasized by the hero pair to help influence younger generations. The assembly was part of the school’s “Superheroes in Training” program, in which students wore their favorite superhero outfits to school. Washington Elementary’s PTO and CATS programs sponsored the heroes with the assembly to emphasize good character and making good choices. It kicked off the school’s positive behavior system.

Batman and Batgirl stopped by Washington Elementary in Gallipolis to discuss the importance of doing the right thing, not bullying, and being helpful and respectful of others. Leadership from upper class students was heavily emphasized by the hero pair to help influence younger generations. The assembly was part of the school’s “Superheroes in Training” program, in which students wore their favorite superhero outfits to school. Washington Elementary’s PTO and CATS programs sponsored the heroes with the assembly to emphasize good character and making good choices. It kicked off the school’s positive behavior system.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_DSCN3994.jpgBatman and Batgirl stopped by Washington Elementary in Gallipolis to discuss the importance of doing the right thing, not bullying, and being helpful and respectful of others. Leadership from upper class students was heavily emphasized by the hero pair to help influence younger generations. The assembly was part of the school’s “Superheroes in Training” program, in which students wore their favorite superhero outfits to school. Washington Elementary’s PTO and CATS programs sponsored the heroes with the assembly to emphasize good character and making good choices. It kicked off the school’s positive behavior system.
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