What does Pal's stand for?
Pal: Peer Assistance & Leadership
What is PALs Mission Statement?
The mission of a PAL Peer Assistance and Leadership program is to enable young people to use their potential to make a difference in their lives, schools and communities.
What does a Pal do?
Here at CMS the Pals work in a variety of different aspects of our school and community. With the exception of COVID-19 modifying or changing our key projects, students will hopefully have the opportunity to participate in all of the following:
*Red Ribbon Week
*Colt Camp
*New Student Orientations
*Recycling
*mAAgic Flight
*Special Olympics
*Colleyville Elementary School PALee's Program
*Seven Habits Workshop
*Community Service Project
*Teacher Helpers
*Lunch Bunch Mentor program
How do I become a Pal?
The selection process to become a Pal will begin in March of each school year.
*The selection process that we follow is what is outlined in "The Pal Services/WAP, Inc" Teachers Manual & approved by TEA.
It includes:
Step One: Nominations (Self, Peer & Teacher) & Application Part One
Step Two: Potential Candidate Screening
Step Three: Application Part Two
If I don't know if I will make it into Pals, what do I register for during course selection?
Since you will not know if you made it into Pals until April, go ahead an register for different electives. If you are selected as a final Pal, you will meet with the counselors to change your schedule.