No Bullies Allowed
"No Bullies Allowed" builds kids up from the inside out, showing them the power of a positive attitude and self esteem. Bullying is a hot topic year after…
About 400 Blakely Elementary School students, including third-grader Colin McDevitt, 8, (center), enjoy an assembly Tuesday by Jeff Evans, who used magic tricks to deliver an anti-bullying message. LARRY STEAGALL / KITSAP SUN Read more: http://www.kitsapsun.com/photos/2013/oct/08/455857/#ixzz2hBsNxVdA
Now THIS is what school assemblies should look like! I always enjoy visiting R. E. Bennett in Chehalis where I've been an annual feature since 2000. Nothing beats a real auditorium with stage lighting, great acoustics, and raked seating. This was their last day of school, and it's fun listening to the students sing their school song as their music teacher leads them on piano.
Jeff Evans presents "No Bullies Allowed" at Thompson Elementary in the Spanaway-Tacoma area. Students earned the assembly by selling chocolate bars for World's Finest Chocolate. (Big stuffed animals on the stage are prizes for the top sellers!) http://edumazement.com/blog/2013/05/14/fundraiser-magic-show-a-success/
Chestnut Hill Elementary in Bellevue wanted a show customized to reinforce the "Seven Habits of Happy Kids" from their "Leader in Me" curriculum. I took my positive attitude/goal-setting/character-building "Mission: Possible" assembly and tailored it to their needs. Definitely extra work, but it's a good challenge creating new presentations. www.edumazement.com/mission.html
Here's cooperation for you: three schools came together to one location to save a bundle on assembly rates. Thanks to the counselors at Warren, Petersen, and Grants Watts Elementary in Scappoose for having me visit with my No Bullies Allowed program!
No Bullies Allowed - Bully Prevention School Assembly Program
Ever felt trapped by bullying? Students and I talk about ways to prevent and stop bullying. Thanks Seven Oaks PTA president Marcia for the photos.
"No Bullies Allowed" assembly at Seven Oaks Elementary in Eagle, Idaho. My second year visiting this school, thanks to the PTA.