Watch the "Life of the Pirate" video.
On the first day of the second semester Positively Pinckney held the second "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 P2 merchandise! The winning entries are below.
"Know how to help when they get hurt.
Belle - Kinder-Ready
"Pinckney Pirates like to read."
Zurina - Kindergarten
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because I like learning new things every day.
Liam - 1st grade
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because all the people that go to our schools are so positive. I also like being a Pirate because all the teachers help us be successful at all the things we do in school!."
Alyssay- 3rd grade
"Encouraging staff, happy students, and successful graduates. These words describe fro me what it means to be a Pirate.
J. Hull - Staff
"Being a Pinckney Pirate parent means you have amazing Pincnkey Alumni children."
Sharon - Staff
Farley Hill Elementary
"I am nice to my friends."
Kellen - Kinder-Ready
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because Pinckney has a good football team.."
"I am a Pinckney Pirate because Pinckney Pirates are strong, they are kind caring and helpful and I know that because I am one.."
"I like being a Pinckney Pirate because we have the nicest friends, teachers, family and we have the best principal in the world."
"To be a Pinckney Pirate, you have to be dedicated and driven, for the journey isn't easy, yet the reward is PRICELESS."
Mrs. Wardlow- Staff
Navigator Upper Elementary
"To be a Pirate means to care about your community and look after people when they need you too."
Gracey - 4th grade
"Being a Pirate means to always be kind, have fun, and never let your team down."
Magdalyn - 5th grade
"It means to be confident and believe in yourself. Also it means to have fun. Most important it means to be happy. I can't explain how fun being a pirate is. Sports, games, friends, and much more. I love being a pirate and so should everyone else. I look forward to graduating as a proud Pirate."
Elyse - 6th grade
"I think that being a Pinckney Pirate means that you are now welcome a board the Pinckney Pirate's ship, and together we make one big crew. Your now part of the Pinckney Pirate family."
Emma - 7th grade
"To be a Pinckney Pirate it means you are part of an amazing community where everyone is caring and honest. It means that you have many fun after school activities and lots of learning opportunities. Being a Pirate is like having a second family ."
Madison - 8th grade
"Being a Pinckney Pirate means always cheering on my Pirates even though I'm a Brighton alum!."
Mrs. Sharon - Staff
"Being a Pinckney Pirate means dedication to creating healthy, happy and passionate learnerrs."
Mrs. Johnson - Staff
Pinckney Community High School
"Being a Pinckney Pirate means that you are accepted but also encouraged to stand out."
Shelby - 9th grade
"Being a Pinckney Pirate means alot to me because I represent this district when I compete all over the area and I am proud to be a Pirate."
Brett - 10th grade
"Being a Pirate, its a privilege. Being able to be a roll model for the little kids, and singing the National Anthem and doing sports that you love. I am a Pirate. (Literally I am the mascot.) "
Krissy - 11th grade
"Being a Pinckney Pirate means getting outstanding music, sports programs and helping friends whenever they need it."
Sean - 12th grade