Down another hall, Principal Martin sees a well-balanced school. A school that holds all activities whether they are in the class, on the court, field or stage, in high regards and of equal value. “I see a high level of respect. We are not perfect. We have underdeveloped prefrontal cortexes walking around here, but I see those seventh graders as they grow into upperclassmen start to respect the differences and appreciate those differences about each other. We have some really good citizens walking our halls,” Principal Martin commented.
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