Watch the "Life of the Pirate" video.
On the first day of the second semester Positively Pinckney held the "What it means to be a Pinckney Pirate" contest. Students watched the "Life of a Pirate" video and wrote down what being a Pinckney Pirate means to them in one sentence. Winners received a P2 t-shirt! The winning entries are below.
"I am a Pirate because I am brave!
Jacob - Kindergarten
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because they graduate."
Justin - 1st grade
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because we learn to care about each other and learn about our community."
Owen - 2nd grade
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because they are always committed to a promise."
Tabby- 3rd grade
Farley Hill Elementary
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because I like coming to school."
Alexis - Early 5's
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because I have a great schools and great friends."
Abby - Kindergarten
"I am happy that I am a Pinckney Pirate because I have a really good community."
Talya - 1st grade
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because there is always a place for each other."
Addison - 2nd grade
"To be proud of all the Pirates before me."
Taso - 3rd grade
Navigator Upper Elementary
"What I think to be a Pinckney Pirate is to show bravery and respect to treat people how you want to be treated."
Parker - 4th grade
"I am a Pirate because we stand up for each other and I belong here."
Lorryn - 5th grade
"To me, being a Pinckney Pirate means that each and everyone of us is unique and amazing in out own ways and even if we don't know each other the fact that we're all Pinckney Pirates brings us together and keeps us pirates forever."
Annie - 6th grade
"Being a Pirate means to me is not just an adventure it is a wonderful journey. I love being a Pirate."
Jake - 7th grade
"A proud hard working individual that can look back and say, "Wow, this began in Pinckney, where I became a Pirate." "
Aiden - 7th grade
"What I think it means to be a Pirate is to work through the bad times, learn hard, have fun and never forget who you are."
Presley - 8th grade
"What it means to be a Pirate to me is that we fight for what our heart desires and we don't stop until we get there."
Sarah - 8th grade
Pinckney Community High School
To live the Life of a Pirate you live with:
Victoria - 9th grade
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because it means being a leader in and out of the classrooms."
Kelly - 10th grade
"Pirates steal things on the open sea but as a Pinckney Pirate I'm stealing an education."
Antoinette - 11th grade
"What it means to be a Pirate to me is being a part of a greater community that truly loves and supports each other, while bringing revolutionary ideas to help enhance education."
Julie - 12th grade