Initiative

Talking Initiative with Abby Fereday

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Each month, Athlos focuses on a specific Performance Character trait as part of the Performance Character pillar. Athlos believes it’s important to help students first recognize and then develop Performance Character strengths—traits like leadership, curiosity, creativity, and initiative.
Talking humility with Chris Bryner

Talking Humility with Chris Bryner

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Each month, Athlos focuses on a specific Performance Character trait as part of the Performance Character Pillar. Athlos believes it’s important to help students first recognize and then develop Performance Character strengths—traits like leadership, curiosity, creativity, and initiative.
Talking Curiosity with Amy Dolan

Talking Curiosity with Amy Dolan

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Each month, Athlos focuses on a specific Performance Character trait as part of the Performance Character Pillar. Athlos believes it’s important to help students first recognize and then develop Performance Character strengths—traits like leadership, curiosity, creativity, and initiative.
focus-self-control

Talking Focus and Self-Control with Peter Verdin, Associate Director of Healthy Body

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Each month, Athlos focuses on a specific Performance Character trait as part of the Performance Character Pillar. Athlos believes it’s important to help students first recognize and then develop Performance Character strengths —traits like leadership, creativity, and initiative. These concepts are party of daily academic instruction, athletic activities, and community events that take place in Athlos schools.
Optimism

Talking Optimism with David Jeppson

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Each month, Athlos focuses on a specific Performance Character trait as part of the Performance Character Pillar. Athlos believes it’s important to help students first recognize and then develop Performance Character strengths—traits like leadership, creativity, and initiative.
Integrity

Talking Integrity with Giselle Isbell

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Each month, Athlos focuses on a specific Performance Character trait as part of the Performance Character Pillar. Athlos believes it’s important to help kids first recognize Performance Character strengths—traits like grit, leadership, and social intelligence. These concepts become part of daily academic instruction, athletic activities, and events in the community.