Former Jack Elementary teacher, now Miss Texas visits campus to encourage students

March 6, 2019


Former Jack Elementary School kindergarten teacher and current Miss Texas, Madison Fuller, returned to Jack recently to encourage students to use their mind, body, heart and spirit to be their very best and to achieve their dreams.


Speaking to students during two school assemblies, the former kindergarten teacher shared the message through her “Miss Texas and Friends” program, where she utilizes ventriloquism puppets to communicate her message. Met by hugs and smiles from her former students, who are now in first grade, Miss Fuller quickly settled back into her teaching role as she illustrated why it is important for students to take care of their minds, bodies, hearts and spirit in order to reach their goals.


Miss Fuller says her program is “ironically enough modeled after Leader in Me Habbit #7: Sharpen the Saw and Habbit #8: Find Your Voice. So it is really cool that we are in a Leader in Me school and that I get to share this with my students.”


Jack Elementary School is one of only 300 schools worldwide to be a certified Leader in Me Lighthouse school through the Leader in Me program.


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