Pine Beach Elementary School kicked of its Week of Respect with the Sheer Magic Assembly, a show where elementary students learn the difference between tattling and telling, how to identify bully behavior, what to say to a bully, and how to safely but assertively help others who are being bullied.
The Sheer Magic show at Pine Beach selected 15 student to become a part of the action on stage and participate, hands-on, in these lifelong lessons.
At the Sheer Magic Assembly, role-playing, hysterical situational humor, and spectacular illusions and effects demonstrate and help Pine Beach students fully grasp all the vital concepts of this bully-proofing character show.
At the Sheer Magic Assembly, Pine Beach students learned how to identify bully behavior, real-life stories and theatrical examples of verbal, physical, and social bullying, safe, teacher-approved solutions using cooperation and teamwork, and much more.
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Started the second day of #RespectWeek with a #ComplimentCarwash and a discussion about how words make other people feel. #MorningMeeting #2ndGrade @TRWSWildcats pic.twitter.com/V6VzuY84Jj— Danielle Baxter (@mrs_baxter_) October 8, 2019
Started the second day of #RespectWeek with a #ComplimentCarwash and a discussion about how words make other people feel. #MorningMeeting #2ndGrade @TRWSWildcats pic.twitter.com/V6VzuY84Jj
Mrs. LaBarca’s class at Cedar Grove decorated a collaborative poster highlighting Bryan Skavnak’s motivational quote “Be the Nice Kid” to wrap up Respect Week.