Many young males, 12-18 years old, do not own a necktie and have never been taught how to tie a necktie. Jordan High School MALE Leadership Academy students are taking a lead role in the Power Partner USA Power Tie Giveaway. The students are packaging our donated neckties, have learned how to present to and mentor their fellow students about the importance of the knowing how to tie their own tie.
Presenting and Knot Tying Lessons for Other Classes at Jordan HS
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MALE Leadership Academy students are currently conducting their own Power Tie Giveaways to different classes on the Jordan High School campus. These students are learning how to lead by serving others; all while teaching a functional skill to their peers.
Taking it on the Road
Our Goal of Reaching More Students is Making Progress
The Power Partners USA Power Tie Giveaway is impacting students we reach in a positive way. By showing the students how to conduct the Power Tie Giveaway, we are able to expand the number of ties we gift as well as teach each student the skill of knowing how to knot their own necktie. With that skill, each student now has the option to decide when and where they can wear a tie knowing they know how to knot the tie. Along the way and with the guidance of their teacher, Bryan Carter, the students are learning leadership, organization,
They are impacting their fellow students in meaningful and tangible ways.
For more information about the LBUSD MALE Leadership Academy, contact Lionel Gonzalez at LGonzalez@lbschools.net