The 21 Day Kindness Challenge makes the greatest impact when the school, students and community are all involved. Please assess the following questions to determine your school’s readiness:
Who will spearhead the Kindness Challenge at your school?
This person can be a teacher, a principal, a counselor, librarian, a custodian, or a parent.
Can you identify and recruit an assistant to help run the Kindness Challenge at your school?
This person can also be a teacher, a principal, a counselor, librarian, a custodian, high school/college student and/or a parent.
Do you have an active and engaged student leadership program? At the middle and high school level, do you have clubs on campus that will take charge of the 21 Day Kindness Challenge?
It is helpful to have a student group that is already formed but you don't have to - you can form a special after school kindness club to run the 21 Day Kindness Challenge, or you can select student representatives from each class to help with running the Kindness Challenge.
Do you have the support of your faculty and staff?
Frankly it is more fun when everyone gets involved! Within our program we have lots of ideas on way to include the entire school community.
Can you hold a school-wide kick-off assembly?
A kickoff assembly brings the school together to ensure that everyone knows how to measure their acts of kindness. This doesn't have to be done all at once - some schools breakup the different grade levels because they do not have a large enough space to hold the entire school community.
Do you have a commitment to making a difference in your school community and in the lives of children?
Of course you do or you wouldn't have been searching the internet and found our website!
What are you waiting for?
Make a big impact at your school by bringing the Kindness Challenge to your campus!
Is your school ready?
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