Wolves are capable hunters that work cooperatively in packs to take down prey. But even with all that combined talent and power, wolves must be patient in order to succeed. According to Wolf Haven International, a hunting pack can expect to only take down one moose for every twelve they track. The characteristics of a strong pack—loyalty, a playful spirit, communication, teamwork, and patience—work together to ensure the pack thrives.
Our SFJH Lobo Pack is certainly blessed to have Russell LeMmon as a member. Mr. LeMmon teaches World Civilizations and Geography. He was nominated for the Wolf Pack Award by Kelliann Wright. He adds the quality of patience to our pack. In her presentation, Ms. Wright said that this quality of patience is shown as he interacts with students and with his colleagues. Mr. LeMmon is known to go out of his way to help struggling students succeed. He’s also served as a mentor teacher for many years at SFJH. His ability to lead and guide patiently allows those that are learning—both young and old—to thrive.
Thank you, Mr. LeMmon, for Living the Lobo Way