Around the WMS tribe, affirming others for their awesomeness is becoming a habit.Sixth grade ELA teacher Miss Kaylyn Rhodes took the time to thank her sixth period student Journey Williams for a small thing she does daily that makes a big difference.

Each day, after the bell rings, Journey looks at Miss Rhodes and says, “Thank you for class.”

Miss Rhodes told Journey just how much those four little words she has come to count on mean to her. She said, “It’s hard to be a teacher, and you make me feel appreciated daily. Your kindness means so much, especially at the end of the day.”

Our tribe appreciates the character of exemplary Warriors like Journey.

We are one tribe, on one mission, rising to affirm others.