PANTHERS BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND

QJH student poses with community read t-shirt.

It’s the third month of our One District, One Book community read, and our students will be sure to wear their t-shirts on Thursdays every week, but in October we are focusing on the second of the 7 Habits of Happy Kids, Highly Effective Teens, and Highly Effective People.

“What does it mean to begin the end in mind?” is a question we are asking our children. And we love the answers we are getting.

A QUE student answers the question, "What does it mean to begin with the end in mind?" “It’s having a goal,” more than one says.

QHS student is awarded a membership in the All Star cast of the Oak Grove Improv Invitational.

“It’s making a plan,” several continue.

Panther Football players get the call on the next play.

Photograph courtesy of Javante Charles

“It’s working hard,” a third grader adds.

Then another says, “You got to play to win.”

QLE students enjoy a behavior award.

Photograph courtesy of Javante Charles

Throughout Quitman School District students are having conversations about goals, plans, and what it means to begin with the end in mind.