Ami: I thought I couldn't score goals in soccer and then I tried and tried and I figured out that I could do it.
Nora: I show integrity by helping others, like my friends in the classroom, and not just thinking of myself.
Siena: Someone taught me how to go on a rock wall with the belt on your waist and then I realized I could go straight down.
Glory: I was trying and trying to skateboard, and I finally learned how to do it after trying for a long time.
Max: I was riding my bike when I was camping and I kept falling and I tried again and when I tried the last time, I went really fast.
Alex: At first, I rode my bike with training wheels and I tried to go down the hill without training wheels, and I could do it. I learned that the faster you go, the more momentum you have and the stabler you are.
Rachel: When I was in Arizona, I was trying to catch fish, but I didn't catch any. But I kept trying even though I didn't catch anything.
Mia: I keep trying to write and read all the time even when the teachers or my mom aren't looking. And I'm getting better at it.
Elena: I think integrity is trying your hardest to be the best that you can be. I try my hardest to listen to my teacher.
Aleena: The first time that I rode on my two-wheeled bike, I fell but then the second time I got stuck, but then the third time I could do it.
Hazel: Trying to draw dolphins: First I tried to make the beak and the tail, and the back was just a triangle. Now I can draw them and they look like dolphins because I kept trying.
Jude: I persevered at soccer. At first, it was hard but now I'm better and I feel like I'm a better player.
Miles: I finished with ST Math and now I'me trying really hard at Kahn Academy.
Noah: At first, I wasn't really a good goalie and then I stopped doing soccer for a while, and I remembered how to play from my lessons. Then, I got better.
Xabi: When I first tried football, it was kind of hard. But I just scored a goal against the fourth graders and I realized that I was better.
Connor: I was stuck on a level at ST Math and I was sad that everyone was passing me. It made me mad, but I ended up figuring out the level.
Eli: I tried soccer and it was hard at first, but now it's easy.
Remy: At first, when I went dirt biking it was scary because a lot of people got close to me. Then, I got away from people and it was easier.
Oliver: When I learned to ride my skateboard, I kept falling but then I went on a ramp and I landed and realized I could do it.
Lewis: When I learned how to bike, I practiced pedaling slowly and stopping with my feet. Then I started using the pedals and started using the brakes. When I learned how to play soccer, at the first practice I learned how to dribble. Then we practiced placement and power and that made me better.
Henry: I'm good at building new lego sets. I'm better at it now than I was when I first started doing it.
Olivia: When I started reading, writing, and drawing it was really hard. In the middle of kindergarten, I started getting better and better.
Claudia: I was trying to ride a bike and I kept on falling down. I kept trying and now I can ride a bike.