Several of our fourth grade students are chosen to be secret kindness agents. They receive kindness missions throughout the year. They keep a journal about their missions and meet with the school counselor to talk about the impact of the missions on the school.
We will incorporate being kind with our Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports initiative. Scholars will be able to learn what kindness looks like, examples of kindness and the importance of embodying the trait. In addition, each month the school counselor will teach character education lessons to students based around positive character traits such as kindness. … Continued
Club Live students will brainstorm the focus of a kindness campaign for our site as soon as school is in session
At Chesterfield Academy, one of our goals is to help our students develop the character traits needed to be productive members in today’s society. We want our students to continually show their cheetah pride by being respectful and kind to others.
Our Stand Up Speak UP club promotes the use of random acts of kindness to combat anti-bullying at Hickory Middle School in Chesapeake, VA. We have students and teachers involved in spreading kindness through the random acts of kindness to others. We have helped sponsor an anti-bullying play, positive notes on 1600 lockers during SOL … Continued
Students at Paseo del Rey will put kindness into action daily. Teachers in all grade levels will teach a specific kindness lesson every week. Students will put this lesson into action each week, and every Monday morning 5 students from each grade level will be recognized for their acts of kindness. Yard aides will give … Continued
Hi, I’m interested in learning about the school assembly and sharing info. about the Be Kind Do Kind program with the PTA board members. Thanks, Kelly
Partner with schools to initiate a Do Gooders group where kids learn how to do kind deeds for others. The goal is to not change the world but change the heart of those involved to a heart of service.
Students will focus on the character trait of kindness during the month of February. The guidance counselor will use weekly lessons to promote kindness. The PE teacher will also be using kindness during her lessons. Students will have them names read off during announcements for kindness acts.
Students and staff will spend two weeks completing as many acts of kindness as possible. Other activities include a poster contest, Pep Rally and the presentation of the Kindest Classroom Award.
Our school is celebrating the 2nd annual Kindness Challenge! We are asking the staff and students to show acts of kindness throughout their school day. In this way we hope to combat bullying and make our school a bully-free zone!
North Landing Elementary students participate in community service projects throughout the school year and strive to BE THE ONE to make a difference is the lives of their school and the community.
To teach children how to treat themselves and others with kindness.
In the month of January, the school counselor will visit each class and teach a lesson on kindness relating it to the habit of the month “Think Win Win.” The counselor will read the book Koala Kan Learns About Respect. . Define the word “kindness/ Respect” and ask the students how the boys/girls in the … Continued
We will continue the Be Kind Do Kind theme from last year emphasizing that kindness truly does matter! In addition, we are continuing our “Gotcha” program emphasizing being respectful, responsible, and ready to learn.
In addition to our kindness themed classroom guidance lessons, celebrating the Great Kindness Challenge in January, and our schools overarching positive expectations, we have started recognizing acts of kindness with Caught Being Kind awards. This positive recognition of kind deeds will supplement our January kindness initiative and help to foster a positive school environment year … Continued
We would like to use Be Kind Do Kind in conjunction with our Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports program. This will allow us to recognize students who are doing the right thing and making strides to improve themselves as both students and citizens. It will also be a part of our bully prevention movement. We … Continued
Lynbrook students learn the importance of C.A.R.E.S. traits in order to build a safe and successful learning community.
The Hornet HEROs are a new club at WES open for all students to join. We were formed to help stop bullying at our school, and to stick up for others that may be experiencing bullying. We are a club focused on kindness and compassion for others, and making ALL students at WES feel welcome. … Continued
Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports is supported by James Monroe to define, develop, implement, and evaluate a multi-tiered approach to Technical Assistance that improves the capacity of states, districts and schools to establish, scale-up and sustain the PBIS framework. Emphasis is given to the impact of implementing PBIS on the social, emotional and academic outcomes … Continued