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Phoenix elementary students embrace positivity

Students at Michael A. Maroun Elementary School kicked off the school year with an assembly that promoted positive behavioral traits.

During the Show of Love character education assembly at Michael A. Maroun Elementary School, Joe Trionfero talks to student Leland Frantz about the meaning of respect.
During the Show of Love character education assembly at Michael A. Maroun Elementary School, Joe Trionfero talks to student Leland Frantz about the meaning of respect.

The Show of Love, presented by Joe Trionfero, was an infusion of music with kindness as the overarching theme.

Teachers, students and administrators joined forces during the character education program as they listened to songs and learned about respect, responsibility and friendship.

“This sets the stage for the entire year,” said MAM Principal Mary Stanton. “We renamed our hallways this year to reflect these important traits. It reinforces the idea of perseverance, respect, character and so many other important qualities.”

 

 

The cafeteria at Michael A. Maroun Elementary School was abuzz with music, positivity and laughter during Joe Trionfero’s recent character education assembly. Students raise their hands to answer questions about the behavioral expectations within the school building.
The cafeteria at Michael A. Maroun Elementary School was abuzz with music, positivity and laughter during Joe Trionfero’s recent character education assembly. Students raise their hands to answer questions about the behavioral expectations within the school building.