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Elwood students develop interview skills

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Second-graders at Harley Avenue Primary School spent the morning interviewing Principal Elissa Millan and Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kenneth Bossert on Oct. 12.

Representatives from each class asked their administrators questions, ranging from “What makes a good citizen,” “What are the most important aspects of your positions as administrators,” and “How can we be successful in school?”

Dr. Bossert and Ms. Millan reminded the students to be mindful of the three R’s: be respectful, responsible and to form positive relationships. 
“That will go a very long way towards being successful,” Dr. Bossert said, calling each of the students a future leader.  

“The best thing is to breathe and think about what you’re going to do before you do it,” Ms. Millan added.  

The students will continue to learn about citizenship, rules and laws, and how different members contribute to the community in their social studies classes over the course of the school year.