October is a Busy Month in NPD 117!October is National Bullying Prevention MonthAll of the district schools have plans to highlight bullying prevention this month. For more information about stopping bullying, visit:http://www.stopbulling.govDorn
October is National Bullying Prevention Month
“Together Against Bullying, United for Kindness, Acceptance and Inclusion.” that’s the message during PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Month in October. To bring attention to this powerful message we are encouraging our students and staff at Dorn to wear orange on Friday October 27th, to show our support for Unity Day. That is when scores of people around the country will join the movement to “Make it Orange and Make it End”!
Remember: Friday October 27th wear orange because “Dorn Kids Don’t Bully”!
Ease the Tease
In honor of national Bullying Prevention month, Dorn Elementary School is excited to announce the return of the Imagination Theater’s presentation of their show “Ease the Tease: A Bully Prevention Program” to our students on Thursday October 26th. This show explores the differences between “friendly” and “hurtful” teasing and emphasizes the responsibility everyone has to treat one another with respect. Actors will find themselves in a series of teasing situations and volunteers are invited on the stage to steer the scene to a positive conclusion. Dorn students will learn skills to help practice responding and coping with teasing. When students can alleviate the pain of a tease. They discover the power to stop teasing. This is the sixith year we are welcoming Imagination Theater to Dorn, and they are always a big hit with our students and staff.
Red Ribbon Week
The Red Ribbon Campaign is now the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation reaching millions of young people during Red Ribbon Week each year. The mission of Red Ribbon Week is to present a unified and visible commitment towards the creation of a Drug-Free America. The 2017 Red Ribbon Theme is “Your Future Is Key, So Stay Drug Free.” Here at Dorn Elementary School, Red Ribbon Week is focused on making healthy choices in life.
The week of October 23rd - 0ctober 27th the whole school will follow this schedule:
Monday: Wear Red (Red Ribbon Week Color) and bring a “Red” Healthy Snack.
Tuesday: Smelly Soap will be in our Dorn Washrooms (Because Washing our Hands is a Good Choice)
Wednesday: Wear Pajamas (Because Getting Enough Sleep is a Good Choice)
Thursday: Wear Exercise Clothes
Friday: Red Healthy Snack & Wear Orange because “Dorn Kids Don’t Bully”!Sorrick
Unity Day is on October 25th so all students are encouraged to wear orange on that day. They will also be reading the book, "Spookley the Square Pumpkin" with their class. This is a story that delivers a message of tolerance and kindness in a kid friendly presentation.Sorrick is also excited to welcome back Imagination Theater's production of EASE THE TEASE 2.0 this year. This is an engaging and exciting presentation by a group of energetic actors that will take place on October 24th for all Sorrick students. EASE THE TEASE 2.0 will teach students ways to identify and respond to bullying or teasing behaviors.Sorrick will also be celebrating Red Ribbon Week from October 23rd - 27th with many activities that help our students show that "Your Future is Key, So Stay Drug Free".
Glen OaksGlen Oaks school will be honoring Anti- Bullying Month with a No Bullying Pledge for each student to sign, and show support by wearing orange on Unity Day, October 25thConrady
Say Something Week: October 16-20, 2017Conrady will be participating in Say Something Week for the first time this year. Say Something Week is October 16th -20th. It is sponsored by Sandy Hook Promise, and it's purpose is to prevent acts of violence and suicide by teaching students to report any concerns or threats that they know of. Students will all receive instruction about the purpose of Say Something Week, as well as instruction on how to report their concerns. We will have a spirit day on Thursday, October 19th, when we will all wear green as a reminder to "Say Something".Conrady always has good participation in Unity Day. We expect to once again have many students and staff members wearing orange to signify that we are united to take a stand against bullying.Throughout the month of October, students will hear messages about bullying awareness and making positive choices during morning announcements.Unity Day: October 25, 2017One way to bring attention to bullying prevention is to celebrate Unity Day. On this day, everyone is encouraged to wear the color orange to show we are united in our efforts to stop bullying. Learn more at http://www.pacer.orgRed Ribbon Week October 23-31, 2017Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign to draw attention to drug abuse and encourage youth to make healthy choices and stay drug-free. NPD 117 students will be learning more about making positive choices and staying healthy during this week. Students and staff will particiapte in a red ribbon spirit week to promote a healty, safe lifestyle.