ROCKS-Our Beliefs

Cougar Run ROCKS!!!

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-Students are expected to be respectful and responsible in all that they do and say.  They are in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing.

O-The Power of One highlights the idea that each student has the ability to make a difference and that one person can positively impact others with their words and actions.

C-Students demonstrate compassion to one another and are thoughtful about what they do and say.  They are encouraged to think about others’ perspectives and show empathy.

K-Students are encouraged to show daily acts of kindness to their classmates, teachers, and parents.  Acts of kindness are recognized and celebrated.  

S-Students’ emotional and physical safety is our first priority at Cougar Run.  We have a multitude of security measures in place to ensure our students feel safe coming to school each and every day.  Through our PBS and Rachel’s Challenge initiatives, students’ emotional safety is also fostered.

 

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