Why the color Purple?
Many years ago a friend introduced me to the color Purple. I was impressed by the power behind the color. At the time I was teaching students with learning disabilities and needed a way to convey the importance of inner strength and commitment to promote learning success.
Today, all of my present and former students K-5 are proud to be members of the
If you are a member of the Purple Power Club:
You are imaginative, sensitive, artistic and sophisticated.
You have noble ideals and a keen appreciation of the cultural.
You are alert, demanding, foresighted, confident, resourceful, spontaneous and highly independent.
You take delight in the beautiful,the gracious, the sensitive, but maintain an attitude of critical appraisal.
You are active in the support of things you believe in, and are concerned with the pursuit of truth and other human values.
You take chances and believe that you must do so to make the most of what life has to offer.
Purple is an exclusive color, mystical in quality, blending the two extremes of the spectrum, red & blue.
Purple represents splendor, dignity, royalty, rank & wealth.
Purple is a unique color, and it is a truly unique individual who holds it dear.