President Shadows Middle School Student

October 13, 2015 / ALL NEWS
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After shadowing a junior student last year, President Cliff Kling again became a student for the day at Jackson Academy, this time shadowing seventh grader Reagan Bosarge. They began the day in show choir practice, continued with five academic classes, break, lunch, and football practice. They ended the day back at show choir for an after school choreography workshop. Reflecting on the experience, President Kling said, “For me, being student-centered starts with understanding the student experience first-hand. While I, thankfully, can never truly relive all of the pressures of being a seventh-grade student again, taking a day to walk in the shoes of students and seeing our school from their perspective is incredibly informative to my work as president of the school.”