We conducted an in depth lesson on the correct placement and use of dining utensils. With Easter around the corner, our weekly topic on “Dining Etiquette” shaped up to be very valuable. Our Kid Ambassadors really retained this information. We continue to encourage and promote such skills that prove invaluable for our future young professionals.
Our Kid Ambassadors combined our week’s topic of “Dining Etiquette” with the implementation of publicly speaking in various formal settings. Our POSI Ambassadors are well on their way to being the young professionals and leaders that will carry on the tradition in affecting positive change!!!!
Keep up the good work Ambassadors!!
No matter your age, decisions are made on a daily basis. Good decision making is one of the most important skills one can have. No one is expected to get things right every time. But like everything else, the more you practice the better you’ll be!
Our Ambassadors learned steps that will allow them to make better decisions in the future.
We were able to enjoy the nice Spring weather while playing “Good Choice/Bad Choice”
Followed up with some intense games of Tic Tac Toe and Connect4! All activities required our Ambassadors to think deeply before making their best decisions. We always have a great time in Posi World!
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POSI WORLD closed out March acknowledging a couple of our top Ambassadors!!
Our kid Ambassadors exemplify what POSI WORLD is all about. These kids are our future leaders of tomorrow. It is such an honor to host these kids every week.
Speaking of our Facilitators, John Kent was able to get out into the community for the LaTijera Tigers v. KJLH radio station basketball game. Both are located right here in Inglewood, CA. The school cheered the players on with excitement. Anything for the kids!!
We look forward to April. We will explore the different types of etiquette and of course add in fun learning activities to reinforce the lessons.
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