Respect Week

October 5-9th

Activities for Week

Monday, October 5th: Respect Rally and Kickoff Event, Define Respect

Tuesday, October 6th: Respect Yourself and use your imagination to draw a picture or write an essay about having a Respect Hero. What would be your Super Powers of Respect?

Wednesday October 7th: Respect Others and pass it on! Show your kindness by passing a friend a Kindness Card

Thursday October 8th:
Respect Everyone: Include all people. Share, celebrate and appreciate our differences.

Friday: Wear Yellow/Gold to signify the "Golden Rule"- Treat others as you would like to be treated!

HIB- Harrassment, Intimidation, Bullying

As per the "Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights," the first week in October of each year is designated as the “Week of Respect” in the New Jersey schools.

The First Week in October is Respect Week

Everybody knows what the 3 R’s of teaching are – reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic, but teaching also, includes respect and responsibility. Teachers help to facilitate skills with students on how to build positive relationships with their others. Strong teacher-student relationships naturally foster a positive and safe learning environment where much learning will take place and where all students will become capable, connected, and contributing members of their classrooms and community. (2011, Burns)

R-E-S-P-E-C-T

People who are respectful...
  • treat others the way they would want to be treated.
  • are polite and courteous.
  • treat everyone well, even though they may look, act, or believe differently.
  • solve disagreements by peaceful means.
  • listen to what other people have to say.
  • never insult people, or make fun of them, or call them names.
  • never bully or pick on others.
  • never judge people before they get to know them.

Are you Respectful Person?

True False

I treat other people the way I want to be treated.

I am considerate of other people.

I treat people with civility, courtesy, and dignity.

I accept personal differences.

I work to solve problems without violence.

I never intentionally ridicule, embarrass, or hurt others.

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