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Leadership and Success Opportunities

Success is not a happy accident—it takes careful planning and preparation. At Show Low JH, we desire to help every student RISE by developing goals and mapping a path to turn those goals into reality. With the help of our community partners, we proudly offer our students a variety of leadership and success classes to start them on the road to success.

Arizona Youth Partnership

Our partnership with AZYP provides students with an interactive program, Choosing the Best Way/Path/Life, about healthy relationships and good decision making that is both research based and fun. We offer these classes as part of our health and PE curriculum.

MVPs

Each month, SLJHS will fully embrace the given character trait of the month. We will integrate themes into curriculum and student activities. At the end of the month, teachers will nominate the students who best demonstrate the character trait to attend a special lunch arranged with the principal and sponsored by the Pizza Factory.

The traits are:

  • August - responsibility
  • September - respect
  • October - integrity
  • November - service
  • December - caring
  • January - fairness
  • February - leadership
  • March - understanding
  • April - excellence
  • May - inspire

Check out these MVPs for August. A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated their responsibility at the Pizza Factory. We would like to give a super big thank you to the Pizza Factory for sponsoring our character program. Great work students! Way to rise! In the picture: Gavin Driskell, Marrisa Randall, Brynlynn Lang, Ally Rumzis, Talyn Greggersen, Ryan Conner, Marcus Belarimino, Meryn Murray (first row, left to right); Brinley Butler, Brooklyn Lee, Quinton Maxwell, Diego Campos, Graecyn Lewis, Dr. Dorsett (back row, left to right).

TOP

Navajo County Health Department offers an elective program at SLJHS that teaches life, leadership, and career skills called TOP (Teen Outreach Program). This program empowers teens to dream about their future and think about their community. It culminates with an end-of-year service project.

Wise Guys and Smart Girls

Our partnership with Navajo County Health Department provides students with an interactive program about healthy relationships and good decision-making that is both research-based and fun. We offer these classes as part of our health and PE curriculum.

Smart Girls Vision

  • To provide adolescent girls with the information and skills necessary for them to become empowered you women who are happy, healthy and successful in life!

Wise Guys Program Goals

  • Wise Guys is an evaluated program that has been proven successful in helping young males improve communication with parents, educators, peers, and others. Wise Guys empowers young men with the knowledge they need to make effective decisions and encourages them to respect themselves as well as others.