We have a strong group of student leaders at LME this year and today was most definitely a beautiful indication of this observation in action!  The fourth Wednesday of September this year marked the 25th anniversary of a global day of prayer started in 1990 with a group of ten students leading prayer around a school flagpole.   See You At The Pole (SYATP) is simply a student-led prayer rally before school outside the campus flagpole.

SeeYouAtPoleThe student-initiated, student-organized, student-led event at LME this morning lifted up friends, families, educators, schools, community members, and our nation in prayer.  From the beautiful gathering music and sounds of students singing to the power of joining hands in unison throughout the event, hearts and souls were united.  Special thanks to these student leaders, their supportive parents, and to all who chose to participate today…such a powerful way to start the first day of Autumn at LME this year!  🙂

Living Legacy

I had an amazing conversation today with our school’s namesake and decided to share her legacy once again…

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Often people attempt to live their lives backwards:  they want more things, more education, more money, more order in an attempt to do more of what makes them happy in life.  The way it actually works is the reverse.  This is the lesson Mrs. LaRue Miller teaches our learners daily.

LaRue Miller017 01Our school namesake reflects:  “You must first be who your really are and then do what you need to do in order to have what you need and want in life.”  It is interesting to note how Mrs. Miller’s philosophy rings true in the generations of lives she has touched through her teaching and volunteer legacy in Midlothian ISD.  While she would never admit it, she remains a critical part of something profoundly extraordinary because she was the catalyst.

Mrs. Miller will also tell you she is humbled and honored to have her legacy carried forth in the classrooms…

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