Today's thought, a quote by Keshawn Noir seen hanging
at FHS in Nathan Roher's AP History classroom:
With courage, you will dare to take risks, have the strength to be compassionate, and the wisdom to be humble. Courage is the foundation of integrity.
It was courageous of our founding fathers to gather
and to agree on our promises to one another,
otherwise known as the Constitution.
Here are Mrs. Limmer's students reciting the Preamble
at last year's Veterans' Day program:
Say you'd rather sing it, you can do that, too:
As seen in Karen Hillier's English classroom at FHS,
John Wayne said it this way:
Courage is being scared to death ... and saddling up anyway.
Can you tell that we just had Open House at the High School?
What have you been up to lately that's courageous?
What techniques do you use to "saddle up anyway" when decisions get tough and could cost you more than you'd like to pay?
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