Last week we celebrated Girl Scout Week! We honored the hard work of our school’s troops with a week of activities. Monday was Ribbon Day, which symbolized the Girl Scouts’ commitment to making the world a better place. Tuesday was Media Day, where we collected images and quotes of our Girls Scouts in action to be published on our website and Facebook page. Wednesday was Citizenship Day where the girls chose a Robinson leader. This day was particularly special because our Girls Scouts chose role models from the Robinson community and walked a mile in their shoes. Thursday celebrated the Girl Scouts birthday which commemorates the day in 1912 when Juliette Low registered the first Girl Scouts troop in Savanah, Georgia. Last, but not least, on Friday Girls Night Out, Robinson Girl Scouts took to the streets to show their work impacts our community!
We want to recognize the Robinson role models our Girl Scouts chose during Citizenship Day:
Thank you for inspiring our students!
We are very proud of our Girl Scouts’ commitment to making the world a better place! Enjoy the photos!