My band instructor and CC coach each had a tremendous impact on me during my high school years. They gave me the encouragement and support to reach beyond what I thought I was capable. #StartTheRippleJeff Lenzmeier
This week, Eastern Carver County Schools employees were asked to share messages on Twitter using #StartTheRipple to encourage actions in the 2018-19 school year that make a positive impact on students. Messages were shared about plans to make an impact in students lives as well as about people who made an impact in their own lives.
By the time a wave hits the shore, you don’t always know the pebble that started the ripple. Schools have the opportunity to influence students every single day – that is why it is so important that Eastern Carver County Schools staff uses their power for good.
Supt. Christopher acknowledged the amazing Deborah Norland this morning as he welcomed back the staff of ECCS. She made a difference for him and did the same for me!! Couldn’t be prouder to be a Luther alum & part of ECCS! @ISD112 @luthercollege @chanprincipal #StartTheRipple pic.twitter.com/M44M0KsBQa— Erin Swoboda (@ChanHighAP) August 29, 2018
Thinking of my high school band director, Jim Krofta, today. I always loved music, but he was the one who turned it into a passion and eventually a career that has affected every area of my life. We lost him to cancer 15 years ago, but I'm forever thankful #StartTheRipple— Eric Songer (@ericsonger) August 26, 2018
Our district inspirational question this year: How are YOU going to make an IMPACT this school year? In order for me to make an impact, I have to recognize the people that have made an impact on me (see pic - not time to list all). Great activity @BeresfordBrian! #StartTheRipple pic.twitter.com/KL103fpQqT— Jess Zaback (@BCECoach) August 29, 2018
#StartTheRipple— E Carver Co Schools (@ISD112) August 29, 2018
When your road is under total construction and painted rocks are all the craze…
I painted over 150 rocks with inspirational quotes for our students to pick from when in need. -Cindy Schalow, Chaska High School @ChaskaHawks pic.twitter.com/uTkF1uhMJ7