Link Leaders Help With Goal Setting

Sofia Serge, Staff Writer

Link Leaders come into the Advisory classrooms of ninth graders. Above, Emily Schultheis and Emilee Mottle taught the students multiple games to help them think about goal setting.
Students were called up to try throwing balls into a bin, first facing it, and then they would try to throw it backwards. Then, students had to think about which way was harder, and relate that to goal setting. Here, Carter Rockwell took on the challenge.
Students were then given a goal setting sheet. They had to think about short term and long term goals, and then set goals for themselves for two weeks, four weeks, and then for the semester.
Students came up with many ideas for goals. They also came up with how they would achieve them.