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Sierra High students discover positive self attributes

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TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. — The Core Gift Interview Project is a collaboration between the TTUSD Wellness Program, Gateway Mountain Center and Sierra High. They came up with the idea because they believe having students identify their talents they are more likely to have a greater sense of purpose and feel intrinsically motivated to be contributing members of the community. This process was designed to compliment existing wellness programming already in place at Sierra High.

This artwork represents a process in which the students of Sierra High 2013 took part, called the Core Gift Interview. Each student’s piece represents the talents, gifts and visions they offer as a member of their community.


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