Mid-January of every year, I turn leading the Circle of Power and Respect (CPR) over to students. It’s amazing to see them grab hold of the leadership roles and run creative and powerful CPRs. This year was no exception.
We devote two advisory periods to student pairs planning and preparing for the meetings they will lead. While they plan, I walk around and watch it all unfold. Watching them plan reminds me of the value of our regular CPRs and how the students have internalized their importance.