No Place for Hate

RHES is now part of the No Place for Hate program!

What is the No Place for Hate program?

The No Place for Hate program (NPFH) is a self-directed school program from the Anti-Defamation League. RHES is proud to announce that we will be facilitating and participating in a school wide pledge against hate. Students will also be engaging in activities that teach and promote inclusivity, kindness, anti-racism, allyship, and more.

Our Mission Statement: The vision of the No Place for Hate program at Rolling Hills is to provide a safe, supportive and equitable learning environment that fosters a mindset of empathy, respect, and belonging for all students and staff.

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Take the Pledge to Stand Up Against Hate!

Rolling Hills' students will be signing a No Place for Hate pledge. On campus students will be signing a pledge in class, while Virtual Learning Academy students can sign a pledge online at:
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One School, One Book: Our First NPFH Activity

All RHES students will be participating in the One School, One Book activity November 9th-13th. Teachers will be showing a video read aloud of the book, "I Walk with Vanessa." This is a special book as it doesn't have any words. Students follow along and "read" the story through it's illustrations. Teachers will then facilitate a conversation/activity with the class that centers around how to be an ally, someone who stands up for others.

Here is a link to the book: I Walk with Vanessa

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