Learners are innovative thinkers who are successful, confident, respectful and caring

Green 2 Gold

Here at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute, we believe in developing students with not just powerful academics, but also strength of character. The Green to Gold Program was developed out of a desire to help empower, motivate and recognize individuals who are continually striving towards building stronger character.  The traits were chosen based on a collaborative approach between students and staff, with an emphasis on what LCI feels is important in exemplifying pronounced character.  We believe that it is the soft skills of character, in conjunction with our academics, that will set our students and staff apart.

Growth

Individuals with a growth mindset have the desire to embrace challenges and learn from feedback; they see effort as the path to mastery to reach a higher level of achievement

At LCI, we encourage risk-taking and embracing opportunities to learn about ourselves and others in conjunction with academics. The resulting successes and failures are an integral step towards growth in pursuit of short and long term goals, 

Grit

Individuals who possess grit show perseverance when pursuing a goal, especially in the face of adversity.

At LCI, we encourage each other to persevere towards our goals.  Growth comes with challenges; we support each other through setbacks and obstacles.  

Respect

Individuals who demonstrate respect see the value in the diversity of themselves and others in their community and environment; they understand the impact of their words, actions and choices.

At LCI, we, as individuals, play an important role in the evolution of our culture – this only works when we value our role as a member of our school, our community and our world. Therefore, we must also value the roles of others and be inclusive of LCI’s diversity.

Empathy

Individuals who possess empathy have the capacity to authentically understand or feel what another person is experiencing because the individual can access similar feelings.

At LCI, we strive to develop the capacity to see beyond ourselves.  We seek to understand and value the perspectiveschallenges and experiences of others even if we do not face them ourselves.

Responsibility

Individuals who exhibit responsibility are dependable and take ownership of the impact of their words, actions and choices.

At LCI, we take charge of our own educational experience.  We strive to live up to expectations.  We are accountable to ourselves and our community to follow through with our commitments. 

Rights And Responsibilities

Green to Gold Co-curricular Responsibility Form

Green to Gold Co-curricular Responsibility Form

FALL- Choir, Dance, Drama Production, Band- Oct 6, Nov 15

Cross Country- Sept 27 

Curling- Nov 29

Football- Sept 20, Nov 1 

Volleyball- Sept 27, Nov 1

Basketball- Dec 13, Feb 14

Wrestling- Dec 13

E-sports Dec 6, Feb 28

SPRING- Choir, Band, Gr. 12 Dance- Mar. 20, April 24

Badminton Apr 17

Rugby, Track, Softball, Baseball-  May 15

 

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