Future Leaders Liberty Partnerships Program

Upcoming Events

Basketball with LPP

Niagara Falls High School

1/6 – 1/9 – Students will participate in a networking activity and discussing the importance of being able to find common ground and build from it to make connections with others in order to achieve career success

1/13 – 1/16 – After identifying a one-word description or “brand” of themselves, students will discuss the implications of this description carrying over to the workforce. Then based on employer identified core competencies, they will apply critical thinking and problem solving skills to make changes and enhance their “brand”

1/20 – 1/23 – By reviewing sample resumes, students will be able to identify the qualities of a good resume and understand the importance of a customized resume versus a “one size fits all”. Students will work on creating or updating their resumes.

1/27 – 1-30 – Using sample applications, students will identify the qualities of a good application and make selections on which candidates they would select for an interview. Students will also make logical conclusions about the implications of having a poorly completed application.

Lasalle Preparatory School

1/6 – 1/16 – Students will be creating a road map of their educational journey from birth to present using words, symbols, images, and creativity. They will also include additional information for their future road map of where they would like to go to college and their future career.

1/9 – Lasalle After-school Club from 2:30-3:30 pm - Students will be working with a Cornell Cooperative Extension Educator to cover a variety of nutrition topics like: healthy eating on a budget, smart shopping for vegetables and fruit, healthy meal planning, basic cooking and food safety skills, weight control and physical activity.

1/16 – Lasalle After-school Club from 2:30-3:30 pm - Students will be working with a Cornell Cooperative Extension Educator to cover a variety of nutrition topics like: healthy eating on a budget, smart shopping for vegetables and fruit, healthy meal planning, basic cooking and food safety skills, weight control and physical activity.

1/20 – 1/30 – Students will learn how their community and families can benefit from higher education and their future career as they brainstorm careers, colleges, and their futures.

1/23 – Lasalle After-school Club from 2:30-3:30 pm - Students will be working with a Cornell Cooperative Extension Educator to cover a variety of nutrition topics like: healthy eating on a budget, smart shopping for vegetables and fruit, healthy meal planning, basic cooking and food safety skills, weight control and physical activity.

1/30 – Lasalle After-school Club from 2:30-3:30 pm - Students will be working with a Cornell Cooperative Extension Educator to cover a variety of nutrition topics like: healthy eating on a budget, smart shopping for vegetables and fruit, healthy meal planning, basic cooking and food safety skills, weight control and physical activity.

Gaskill Preparatory School

1/6 – 1/9 – Students will be creating a road map of their education journey from start to present using words, symbols, images, and their own creativity.  

Gaskill Afterschool Club from 2:30-3:30pm (1/8) – Students are creating snow slime

1/13 – 1/16 – We will continue working on their education road map by researching and projecting their future academic path including where they would like to go to college and their future career. 

Gaskill Afterschool Club from 2:30-3:30pm (1/15) - Students will be discussing stress/relief and will participate in calming stretches and mindful meditation

1/20 – 1/23 – Students will learn how their community and families can benefit from higher education and their future career as they brainstorm careers, colleges, and their future. 

 Gaskill Afterschool Club from 2:30-3:30pm (1/22) Students will be creating a penguin craft.

1/27 – 1/30 – We will finish up researching college and career pathways and students will present their “future plans” to their peers.

Gaskill Afterschool Club from 2:30-3:30pm (1/29) Students are creating snowflake paper art.

Niagara Street Elementary

1/6 – Making Good Decisions - Students will discuss the different ways to make decisions and explore ways to become strong decision makers.

1/13 – My Fantasy College Pennant – Students will make college pennants for their fantasy college.

1/27 – Grades Matter - Students will learn how now they are in middle school, their grades are assignment points and how their grade point average is calculated.

Edward Town Middle School

1/8 – 1/16 – Making Good Decisions - Students will discuss the different ways to make decisions and explore ways to become strong decision makers.

1/8 – 1/16 – High School Goals – Students will discuss and identify short-term goals they want to accomplish for 8th grade and long term goals they want to accomplish by high school.

1/22 – 1/30 – My College Pledge –Students will discuss the benefits of college and create a college pledge.

Tuscarora Indian School

1/7  Making Good Decisions - Students will discuss the different ways to make decisions and explore ways to become strong decision makers.

1/14 My Fantasy College Pennant – Students will make college pennants for their fantasy college.

1/21 – Grades Matter - Students will learn how now they are in middle school, their grades are assignment points and how their grade point average is calculated.

Lockport High School

1/6 – 1/16  Identifying self- motivators and sense of self- students will have a choice of activities to complete. Students can participate in the “I can’t imagine life without’ activity or “who are you: headshot edition. This activity helps students further develop strong social and emotional skill development.

1/21 – 1/23  Students will explore life stressors and discuss coping strategies that can help with stress relief. Students will engage with using art as a way to de-stress in the classroom this week.

1/27 – 1/30  Students will create a class poster around the topic of habits and goals. Students will have an opportunity to revisit their goals on their personal learning plans and adjust as needed. The poster will be displayed in the school on our LPP bulletin board.

North Park Junior High School

1/6 – 1/9  Strengthening your test tasking skills- students will explore ways they can better prepare for tests and quizzes and strengthen their test taking skills.

1/6 – 1/16  students who need to complete a social emotional assessment will work with the teacher to complete. Students will also be helping to complete preparation for our Read, Imagine, Draw Community event on the NCCC campus by cutting out shapes for craft activities.

1/13 – 1/16  Extracurricular Activities- students will identify different interests in order to explore clubs, sports, or activities they can involve themselves in outside of the classroom.

1/21 – 1/30  Who am I? - Students will use a template and meme’s to articulate how perception plays a role in our everyday lives. These templates will be displayed on the school bulletin board for others to see.

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