Freedom Preparatory Academy showcases leadership skills at Leadership Day

Freedom Preparatory Academy governing board, administration and parent community invite you to attend Leadership Day at the Provo elementary campus.

This free event takes place Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at 9:30am–11:00am at Freedom Preparatory Academy Elementary School, 1190 West 900 North, Provo, 84604. Leadership Day begins with an Opening Ceremony in the school gym; guest will then be invited to view displays and exhibits in each classroom and throughout the school, including a live Wax Museum.

The purpose of Leadership Day is for students to showcase the leadership skills they have developed, noticed in others, and noticed in the curriculum throughout the year. “This day has been planned by the students and will be run by our students,” Ms. Kate Klauzar, a Sixth Grade Teacher at FPA, stated. She continued, “Why just teach concepts when students can also apply those concepts in their daily lives? This day is a celebration of application.”

The live Wax Museum was developed for students to live history. Students are invited to dress as a character from history, from a book, or themselves. The student will then showcase leadership skills and helpful experiences from that character. Every student, from kindergarten through sixth grade, is participating. Each student has a role in leading or showcasing their talents and skills. Every student participates because FPA believes that every child has potential and can be a leader.

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About Freedom Preparatory Academy

Freedom Preparatory Academy was founded on the vision of Utah families who believed that a better model of K-12 education could be created. It opened its doors in September 2003. Now, with well over a decade of distinguished progress and achievement, this vision has been realized and thousands of students have flourished in their pursuit of education excellence. Freedom Preparatory Academy continues to provide a rich and challenging college prep educational program for Utah Valley families. To learn more visit, or call us at 801-437-3100.

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