By incorporating student movement in the classroom and on the turf, Athlos’ focus on physical activity and a healthy lifestyle shows to effect student behavior.
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Bryan Bennion is the Social Media Specialist at Athlos Academies.
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For October bullying prevention month this year, Athlos Academy of Utah is making a new effort to prevent bullying around their school.
Subjects like science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are often presented to students as career and education opportunities. Additionally, Athlos strives to help students learn the valuable principles, life skills, and Performance Character traits these subjects offer.
Athlos schools prioritize student access to knowledge by incorporating technology as a classroom learning tool.
The Athlos athletic curriculum is designed to help students experience success in athletic movement, grow confidence to take on new challenges, develop a growth mindset, and learn what it means to have a healthy body.
Social studies cover multiple fields of education; the Athlos Academic curriculum focuses on not only helping young students learn in depth in a classroom setting, but also through hands-on experiences, local connections, and community support.
Through incorporating a growth mindset into daily student learning, Athlos schools help students set a foundation of confidence and skills they can often rely on as they enter future education and career opportunities.
From fire drills to dismissal procedures, school staff, students, and parents must work together to ensure a safe and supportive school culture.
At Athlos schools, we focus on teaching children the importance of 12 traits that we call Performance Character traits. Our Performance Character pillar recognizes the deep connection between these traits and success. The development of Performance Character is integrated into every learning opportunity, allowing students to experience this connection first hand.
Recent studies indicate that how parents and educators give praise or reward for a student’s success can have a direct effect on their mindset.