Super Hero Day Conveys Positive Messages to Head Start Kids

Head Start students at our Westchester and Renaissance Learning Centers got a special visit from the Character Avengers as part of Super Hero Day on April 4th.

Some students dressed in their favorite super hero costume or shirt for the occasion. The children heard from The Avengers, who are actually Lowellville High School juniors and seniors who represent characteristics of excellence and encourage students to develop positive character traits.

The Avengers began as a way to promote positivity in a world that has become increasingly negative. While in each room, the Avengers informed the children who they are and which characteristic they represent. They spoke about kindness, trustworthiness, honesty and fairness, as well as other positive traits.

The Avengers reinforced the ALTA Head Start classroom rules, and also interacted with the children through coloring activities and answering questions.