Target 2 – Leadership in a Student Centered Learning Environment. FWSU will foster development of teacher & student leaders who provide innovative opportunities for local and global student-centered learning.

Action Step – Ensure students and staff take an active role shaping their learning using rich, authentic questions, problems they identify, & diverse resources.

Indicator of Success – Student voice will have the power to impact the perceptions of others.

Ms. Seavey’s class led over 350 students in a Move to Learn activity at our weekly All School Morning Meeting. The students in Ms. Seavey’s class frequently engage in “Brain Breaks” and movement during the school day as a way to re-energize and re-focus on learning.

ms seavey

Today’s activity highlights the importance of all types of physical activity for our students.  We know that when children are active, there is an enormous benefit on brain health and development.  At BFA Fairfax we continue to look for as many ways as possible to promote exercise and movement throughout our school day.


Here is an engaging video created by Mrs. Seavey’s class of a Move to Learn activity they developed based on their learning from Unified Arts teachers:

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