Be Kind: Make Connections
Start with HELLO
The three goals of the Start With Hello program are to teach students how to:
- recognize loneliness and social isolation in their peers.
- help their peers who may be lonely and/or socially isolated.
- grow an empathetic and inclusive community.
Project Safe Child
Let’s talk about self-esteem. Did you know you can do things to feel better about yourself? It's never too late to try. Here are some tips to help raise your self-esteem:
Number 1: Focus on what goes well.
It's easy to get caught up in what's gone wrong if you focus ONLY on your problems. Balance it out with what's going well or okay to help you feel better. Next time, catch yourself when you complain about your life or your day. Find something that went well instead.
Number 2: Give and help!
Giving is one the best ways to build self-esteem and it doesn’t require money. You can donate your time by helping a classmate, cleaning up your neighborhood, walking for a good cause, or helping out at home or at school. Make it a habit to be kind and fair by doing things that can make you proud of the kind of person you are. When you do things that make a difference (even a small one) your self-esteem will grow.
Kindness is key, so remember to be kind to yourself!
- You need a tag to pick up students
- If you do not have the tag, come to the front office with your ID.
- PLEASE NOTE: If you are not in the emergency contacts, the student will not be released to you. ALWAYS have your Identification Document (ID).
We want ALL of our student to be safe. Thank you!